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LinkedIn Profile Tips for Job Searching When Unemployed

Let’s make it clear that if you’re unemployed and job searching, you’ll want to be on LinkedIn. A LinkedIn profile allows you to share your recent professional experience and credentials with prospective employers. However, with many job seekers who are unemployed or who have remained unemployed for a lengthy period, there may be hesitation. Unfortunately,…
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What the Stay-at-Home Parent’s Comeback Resume Needs

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The Best Graduation Gift Is A Resume

The best gift I have ever received was a professionally written resume. Although I asked for cash for my graduation gift, my beloved late father Don Goodman (founder of About Jobs) gave me a different kind of paper. It was my first professionally written resume and while it wasn’t what I asked for, it’s proven to be…
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Should You Negotiate Salary When It’s Your First Job Out of College?

When that phone call comes in and you hear the positive news from the employer: “We’d like to extend the job offer to you,” you may feel ecstatic! All the hard work put into job searching, from researching, resume writing, networking, to interviewing has come full circle. You have a job lined up and ready…
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