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Writing a resume is a difficult task. What does the employer want to see on your resume? Should you include all of your previous jobs? What do you write in your summary statement? A resume is an interview, before the interview. Your chance of landing the job interview relies on a (preferably) single-page paper about… Read more »

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Did you know working with a recruiter is like picking up the advance to start and collect $200 card in Monopoly? A recruiter will not hand you $200 but they will help you skip ahead a few steps in your job search. Recruiters have connections to companies that you don’t, and with these connections could… Read more »

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It’s difficult to leave our work-stress at the office. Do you check your email on the weekend? Is your job taking away your free time? Check these 4 tips out. 1. The Burnt-Out Feeling Have you noticed that you are constantly drained? You don’t want to go out and enjoy your weekends, but would rather sleep… Read more »

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How To Write the Perfect Cover Letter   The most common mistake people make is writing an overly emphasized script about themselves as a cover letter, instead of directing their cover letter to the company they are applying to. Your cover letter should be a genuine demonstration of your interest in the company you are… Read more »

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Whether you like it or not, more and more employers are turning to social media when considering job applicants. Do you think your social media is affecting your job search? With over 1.5 billion Facebook users, it’s easy for an employer to do a quick Facebook look over before calling you in for an interview…. Read more »

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  Preparation The preparation you do for an interview can make or break it. Preparing for your interview can help you glide through it smoothly, just as failing to prepare can put you at a disadvantage. Being prepared for an interview can separate you from all the other applicants competing for the job. Here’s how… Read more »

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  Stress can be triggered by a variety of different events and thoughts, especially when it comes to your job. Working full-time and taking very little time for yourself can result in your job to becoming more stressful than it should be. Stress can cause a diminished quality of work, aka have a negative impact on your work. Sure,… Read more »

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When your resume hits the desk of a recruiter, or interviewer, you have 6 seconds to make an impression. Resumes follow a basic format to give your reader a brief overview of your background and experience. But what about the resume summary?   The purpose of a summary statement is to give a brief overview… Read more »

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  When your interview comes to an end, you’ll thank your interviewer and they’ll thank you for your time. Don’t leave the thank you-s here; you should always follow-up with a thank you letter after your interview. A follow-up letter is another easy way to show how interested you are in the position; this is… Read more »

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3 reasons why you should work with a staffing company. When it comes to finding top talent for your company, hiring a staffing agency can open the doors to a talent pool that you may not have access to on your own. The search for new talent and the hiring process can be time consuming,… Read more »