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4 Ways to Break Through Even with Minimal Work Experience

As you’re thinking about updating your resume and social media profiles to prepare for a job hunt, there may be concerns over how to present your work experience. Showing hiring managers and recruiters that you’re a great fit for a position often means showcasing relevant work, but it may be challenging when you only have…
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Don’t Let Desperation Rule Your Decisions When Job Searching

Unemployment can take a toll on job seekers, but it can be especially rough on those who have been job searching and getting minimal results over a long period of time. Many employers today aren’t looking to settle on just any candidate. They are looking for the best-fitting candidate for the job. That means not…
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Job Hunt Mistakes Those Trying to Return to Work Make

Anyone who’s been unemployed and job searching for longer than they’d like will have feelings of vulnerability, which ultimately impact their level of confidence. Unfortunately, this is where the job hunt can go downhill. A lack of confidence can lead to insecurities and feelings of hopelessness. There may be a period where the job search…
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Tips to Handling Rejection as a Job Seeker

Being rejected is part of the job search process. Often a job seeker will go through several rounds of rejection before the right job offer comes around. While the experience can feel like a setback, it’s important to come to grips with the situation and know how to bounce back. Being rejected is not the…
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Get the Resume Ready to Return to Work After Being a Stay-at-Home Parent

Oftentimes, the stay-at-home parent who decides to return to work is in a conundrum over the job they want to pursue and how to display that they qualify for the job on the resume. They may have had experience in the past or have experience and skills they can transfer over to the new job,…
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