Category Archives for "Career Resources"

5 Techniques to Get the Interview Faster

When you ask around about “how do you apply for jobs,” the majority of people would answer a variation of: “I go to a [job-board website] and apply to as many jobs as possible.” The numbers game might work for some but at the end of the day it’s a lot of wasted energy for […]

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Jobs in Demand of Staff for 2019

If you are graduating from university at the end of 2018 or in the spring of 2019, you are probably extremely excited to move on the next stage of your life. But, just earning a degree does not guarantee you’ll land  hot job right away. Depending on your previous experience, field of study, and networking […]

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Why You Should Not Include References on Your Resume

While some guides to resume writing suggest listing your references, the consensus opinion today is that you should not list them. Why not? The purpose of the resume is to get you in the door; not to give someone a reason to eliminate you from consideration. Let Your Resume do its Job When you send […]

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LinkedIn is Great for Networking, but it’s Not a Resume

There’s no argument that LinkedIn is the major online business networking platform. Because of that, maintaining and managing a LinkedIn profile is an important part of job hunting today. But, your LinkedIn profile is not a substitute for your resume. Job Hunting in the Past vs. Now Back before the Internet explosion,  job hunting was […]

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Three Questions to Ask at a Job Interview

When most people think of a job interview, they tend to worry most about what questions they might be asked at the interview. It is important, of course, to anticipate what sort of questions one might be asked. However, just as important is preparing valuable questions for you to ask the interviewer. That being said, […]

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