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How to Pick Your Professional References

How to Pick Your Professional References

As a job seeker, your references can make a world of difference when applying for a new position. They can act an endorsement of your skills, work ethic, and overall attitude, so it’s important to choose wisely! Since a hiring…

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6 Golden Rules of Considerate Networking

6 Golden Rules of Considerate Networking

Few people find networking to be an easy task. Our professional networks commonly consist of people we meet in many different ways—whether through a colleague, a career fair, mutual connections on LinkedIn, or a previous employment opportunity—and…

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3 Social Media Faux Pas And How To Avoid Them

3 Social Media Faux Pas And How To Avoid Them

Social media is now an integral part of life. Just about everyone has at least one social media profile and employers do expect that you are using social media, both personally and professionally. But while social media improves communication and…

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In Between Jobs? 4 Ways to Keep Yourself Moving

In Between Jobs? 4 Ways to Keep Yourself Moving

Being between jobs can sap your energy and feel generally unproductive, so what can you do in the interim to keep your skills sharp? While you don’t have much control as to when a future employer may contact you, you…

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5 Career Resolutions to Jumpstart Your Year

5 Career Resolutions to Jumpstart Your Year

While many new year’s resolutions revolve around personal matters, it’s just as important to make professional resolutions as well. Though many individuals strive to meet professional goals every month of the year, the start of a new year just might…

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4 Behaviors That Can Hurt Your Chances of Landing the Job

4 Behaviors That Can Hurt Your Chances of Landing the Job

Displaying a positive and friendly disposition is important to making an outstanding first impression, but this is especially true in an interview. Projecting the wrong attitude can reflect poorly on your professionalism, and often times, you may not even realize…

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