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Everyone – Yes, even CEO’s – need to be on Linked-In. If you’re looking to grow in your career, Linked-In allows you to connect with people that may hold your next manager job! More specifically, these are 4 reasons why YOU need to be on Linked-In account today: 1. NETWORKING – Professionally By connecting with people you know… Read more »

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When it comes to resumes, it’s not just about your experience. Describing your skills and expertise using the right key words in your resume could make a difference to the hiring manager. The truth us hiring managers don’t spend much time reviewing resumes. Therefore, it is essential you use the right words. According to a Career… Read more »

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After listening to multiple job interviews, nothing makes me cringe more than the response some applicants give when asked “What is your biggest weakness?”   FACT: We all have weaknesses. By responding “I can’t really think of one.” Or “I don’t have one.” might give the hiring manager a wrong (arrogant) impression of you.  … Read more »

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Interview–one of the most dreaded words in the English language for job seekers young and mature. Do your hands begin to tremble or do you break out in a cold sweat when you hear the word? You’re not alone. Could there be a more difficult situation than walking into a room with one or more strangers,… Read more »

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It’s undeniable that social media has become an essential part of 21st century culture. Traveling? We “Check-In” on Facebook. Eating exotic food? We “Instagram” it. Eventful weekend? We “tweet” about it. Whichever it is, our social media accounts could be seen as a timeline of our lives in the past couple of years- and that… Read more »

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“Nothing worthwhile is ever easy” and job hunting is no different but with some hard work, persistence, and patience, it will eventually pay off. Below are some great tips every job seeker should be doing! 1. If you aren’t on LinkedIn… GET ON IT..but remember, it isn’t Facebook, you are there to network, get your… Read more »

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Most interviews will start with, “Tell me a little about yourself…” yet many people are completely clueless on how this should be properly answered. One thing to keep in mind when answering this is that the interviewer wants to know more about you as a professional – not your personal life story. “Tell me about… Read more »

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1. DO remember the interview starts before you get there. Punctuality is key when looking for a job. Most employers want someone that is consistent, reliable, and responsible. Starting off your interview by being late might disqualify you before the interview has even started! 2. DON’T be unprofessional. From your appearance to the way you… Read more »