Posts Tagged:Job

10 Ways to Reach Christmas
Job Success!

  Want to make sure you land that temporary Christmas job? We’ve put together our top 10 tips to help you search, find and apply for those seasonal vacancies. So follow our advice and you’ll be dashing through the snow to Christmas job success in no time!   1. Start applying early Most of us…

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6 Smart Ideas for Staying
Productive This Summer

    With summer peeking around the corner, it’s no surprise that minds start wandering to thoughts of sun, beaches, and piña coladas. How can we possibly stay productive with all those temptations hiding in the corners of our minds? Well, finding inspiration is easier than you think—we’ve gathered up the best links and tools…

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Why you should never
accept a counteroffer!

You have just accepted a position with another company and are in the process of turning in your notice. It was a difficult decision, and you thought long and hard about what path you would take. But you have decided to leave. In your resignation meeting, you tell your employer you have decided to leave…

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35 Costly Job Search Mistakes
You Might Still Be Making

It’s always fun to hear about the big mistakes job applicants make—like showing up in sweatpants or falling asleep during the interview. (And yes, both of those things have happened.) It’s less fun to hear about the smaller mistakes—like someone showing up five minutes late or having a typo on the first line of a…

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New Year, New Career: How to
Land Your Dream Job in 2015

For individuals who want to take the next step in their career, January is a great time to double down on their efforts and jump-start their job search. By this time, the holidays will be over, and both job hunters and employers will be ready to start the new year by seizing new opportunities. “Oftentimes,…

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Interview Tips

Here are 10 tips for interview success.   1. First impressions count Greet your interviewer with a smile and firm handshake. Give eye contact. Try to make small talk during the walk from the reception area to the interview room. Liz Anderson, a human resources manager says, “You have to sell yourself before you can…

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Choosing Between Job Offers

With the job market so competitive, it may be unusual to have two job offers to choose from. In an article in Chronicle, Emma Thornton explored the dilemma she faced. As Emma indicated, the decisions you make can have long-term ramifications for your career and your future happiness. This article explores some of the questions to…

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