Know Your Story!

When it comes to job searching, what’s more important that a well-written resume, polished LinkedIn profile or a well-crafted cover letter? It’s knowing your story. When job searching, people are always curious about you. What kind of work have you done before? How has your career progressed? What do you like to do? What do you want to do next? Why did you leave your last job? Some of those questions are easy to answer; others require more thought and there are probably some don’t know the answer yourself. No matter where you a

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Keeping Your Energy High During Long Interviews

You’ve made it through a phone screen with a recruiter, an aptitude test, a personality assessment, a Skype call with HR and one face-to-face interview. Now, you’ve been invited for an all-day onsite interview. This is great news, you’re still in the running. Although, you need to recognize that full-day interviews are not a sprint, they are a marathon! Companies use a full-day onsite interview as a final step – it’s a chance for a wide variety of people to assess and vet whether you are the right fit. So you need to be on your game from start to finish.

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Should I Write More Than One Resume?

In a word – yes. As a job seeker, you should take advantage of all opportunities to showcase your fit for a role.  Assuming that you are applying for a variety of roles, each of which has a unique set of skills and traits, you want your resume to reflect the talents and experiences a firm deems necessary for a role. 

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Recharge Your Job Search in Six Steps

Perhaps you decided a while ago to reenter the workforce. The thing is you decided ... a while ago. You’re still looking and starting to feel rejected and unmotivated, which leads to a concerning lack of enthusiasm. Your search battery is at 7%, how can you get it back to 100%? Here are six specific steps you can take to recharge your job search:

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