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Your Scent and How it Affects Your Interview

We feel a little awkward bringing this up but… your scent can cost you the job. Whether it’s the smell of your strong perfume, the cigarettes you chain smoked or the cheeseburger you had for lunch – your interviewer shouldn’t smell it. Before going to an interview make sure to take a shower, brush your teeth and not spray on anything too strong.

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Hot Jobs in Growing Markets

By Craig Savage

career imageTrying to choose a career is a stressful process, especially when the job market is fluctuating. If you’re considering going back to school, or just trying something new, then this list might help point you in the right direction. Read More

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Write Your Resume for the Job You Want

Making yourself stand out when applying for a new job may not be an easy feat, but don’t get discouraged! The first thing to look at is your resume. Is it written based on the job you have now, or the job that you want to get?

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When Money IS NOT Everything – When Not to Change Jobs for More Money

By Ryan Shanley

moneyOne of the most common factors associated with a job is compensation. “How much does this position pay?” is one of the questions that we get asked the most. However, one of the most important pieces of advice I can give you is that money isn’t always everything.

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New Resume Tips to Spice Up a Dated Resume

By Chris Wier

The age old tip stating that your resume can’t be longer than a page is ancient. Be very selective as to what accomplishments you list on your resume, focusing on quality, not quantity. Every single job you have held does not need to be listed, but be careful not to omit anything relevant that may pertain to a specific position. Read More

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How to Create a Successful LinkedIn Profile

By Lyndsey Banach

According to a recent survey 94% of recruiters use social media aka LinkedIn in their recruitment process.  LinkedIn states that your profile will show up 40 more times in a search if your profile is complete and up to date.  This means more opportunities for you!

That being said let’s talk about how you can create a LinkedIn profile. Read More

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Resume Advice: How to Follow-Up After Submitting a Resume

By Joe Militello

You went through the process of submitting your resume to the ‘perfect’ job opening. What’s next?

You could just wait patiently…. but most likely that won’t land you the job.

Your best bet is to follow up via email. Most employers and recruiters prefer follow up via email. Read More

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Tips on How to Negotiate Your Salary

Watch and learn from executive recruiter, Craig Savage on how to successfully negotiate your salary. Craig will explain how to prepare for the conversation and what things to take into consideration about the compensation offer.

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Career Advice: How to Reach Out on LinkedIn

Watch and learn from executive recruiter, Jon Poliseno about “How to Reach Out on LinkedIn”. Jon will discuss about best practices to increase your network and visibility by joining and participating in LinkedIn groups that are related to your industry.

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What Recruiters Look for in a Job Candidate

Watch and learn from Keith Styles about the recruiting process and what qualities recruiters look for in a good job candidate.