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Job Hunting: Networking Done the Wrong Way

You can approach job hunting in many ways. Some prefer to look through job postings and apply through the job boards/company websites, while others may rely on recruiters who have access to job openings that are not publicly made available. And then, there are those who resort to working with the people they already know…
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Job Hunting: Much Has Changed, But Here’s What Still Works Best

As a job seeker, you want to work with the most effective approach to securing your dream job opportunity. But, what is the most effective approach? There’s a lot of advice out there on how to go about a job hunt, from how to write the most effective resume, to how to find a job…
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4 Things to Share on LinkedIn to Build Your Professional Brand

There is plenty of talk on what you “SHOULD NOT” share on social media if you’re in the process of job searching, but what about what you “SHOULD” share to help build your professional brand image? The fact is employers are looking to LinkedIn and other social networking platforms to find talent. Sharing the wrong…
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Networking Tips for Job Searching and Career Growth

Whether it’s informal networking or networking at professional events – love them or hate them – they can prove to be beneficial for your job search and career growth when done the right way. For some people, there’s a great deal of awkwardness to networking, but even the most introverted personality can come out a…
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Network Your Way into a Job When You’re Reentering the Workforce

Anyone who’s tried the traditional methods of job searching, like posting the resume online and responding to job posting on job boards, company websites, and other outlets knows that the response rate is often minimal. And when that call does come in, there’s a good chance it’s from a random headhunter who sounds clueless about…
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