5 Things To Keep Out Of Your LinkedIn Profile

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Employers love to Google search their job applicants and often times, due to the Google algorithm, LinkedIn is the first social profile that will be listed. LinkedIn is one of the top (and most reliable) recruiting sites. Having a top-notch LinkedIn profile puts you ahead of other candidates when applying for a job. Here are… Read more »

Our Favorite TED Talks of All Time

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TED Talks are a gift. They inspire, provide information, and (have been proven to be) effective. TED Talks’ have continued to stand out amongst others and have a unique platform offering a variety of different topics. Information seems easier to comprehend and digest through a TED Talk, right? Because we love them so much, we’re… Read more »

Facebook’s New Job Search Feature – What Is It?

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It’s no secret that Facebook is a huge marketplace. Facebook is expanding its reach from a family and friends outpost to a worldwide community. Facebook has added many new features to improve the digital platform and to help satisfy your daily needs over the last year. Today we’re talking about Facebook’s move to make it… Read more »

Why You Should Always Read the Job Description

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We get it, job descriptions can be: long, boring, and sometimes translate into gibberish. But it is extremely important that you read the entire job description for a variety of reasons. Job descriptions contain valuable information that can only benefit you as an applicant. Here’s why you should always read the entire job description. 1…. Read more »

Five Ways to Succeed In A Phone or Video Interview

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It is not uncommon for your first interview to be over the phone or video nowadays. Many companies will initiate a phone, or video, interview as a time-saver. A phone or video interview allows the company to discuss the job opportunity with a prospective candidate to determine if they are a good fit, and to determine… Read more »

The good, the bad, and the salary negotiation

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41% of people do not negotiate salary for a job they currently hold, or for a job they’re being interviewed for. There’s a negative stigma attached to salary negotiation that creates fear when it comes to negotiating for a higher salary. Whether you feel you’ll face repercussions when asking for more money, or you think… Read more »