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5 Tips to Successful Job Searching If You’re Over 50

There are hurdles to job searching when you’re over 50. Those over 50, or otherwise nearing what many call retirement age may sometimes be looked upon as a non-ideal candidate for hire. The question many employers may be considering is: “Why invest in someone who may be in it for only a few years when…
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5 Benefits When You Keep the Job Search Going During the Holiday Season

If you’re thinking about securing a job after graduation, changing jobs, or making a career change, you don’t have to stop job searching just because the holidays are around the corner. Many job seekers tend to think that employers stop interviewing and hiring around the holiday season. On the contrary, it is a good time…
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3 Things That Give You the Strongest Chance of Getting Hired

In the eyes of the employer, the best fitting candidate for a job is bound to have met at least one of the three criteria we’re about to tell you about, if not all. Those who are hired typically have proved themselves the best fitting for the job by simply doing three things that you…
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What to Do If You’re Still Job Hunting Months After Graduation

Whether it’s just dawned on you that months have gone by since graduation and you’re still unemployed, or that you’ve been hitting the pavement for months job searching with no results, don’t panic just yet! The fact of the matter is that you’re not alone. While the unemployment rates have been looking better, not everyone…
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Why Job Seekers Should Avoid Resume Templates at All Costs

If you’re a job seeker looking to stand out from the competition, you’ll want to avoid the cookie-cutter resume templates at all costs. As simple and easy as it may be to download one, or to go with a resume service provider who’ll offer you a completed resume based off a template, the fact is…
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