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10 Free Tools You Should Be Using In Your Job Search

Posted by Lisa Dorrance

Jul 6, 2017 6:52:00 PM

Beginning a new job search can feel overwhelming. While there are plenty of resources online to help you along the way, where do you start? We’ve composed a list of some of the best free tools that will help you land that next job, the no-nonsense way.

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Topics: Resume, Get Hired, Find a Job, Job Seeker, Resume Tips

7 Resume Tips You Actually Need To Follow

Posted by Lisa Dorrance

Jun 19, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Creating a resume can be a daunting task. What jobs should you include? What rules should you be following? Should everything fit on one page, or two?

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Topics: Resume, Job Interview, Interviewing Tips, Resume Tips

Out with the Old, In with the New: 5 Ways to Spring Clean your Career

Posted by Mark Silverstein

May 25, 2017 9:42:38 AM

Longer days and rising temperatures remind us spring is right around the corner. With the anticipation of warmer weather comes the annual opportunity to throw out the old and welcome in the new. Your first thought about spring cleaning may be to drag out the broom and dustpan, but your home isn’t the only thing you can clean up this spring.

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Topics: Resume, Accelerating Your Career, Career, Job Seeker

Resume Under Construction

Posted by Billi Jo Thielke

Apr 17, 2017 10:10:00 AM

Creating a resume and keeping it updated can make the difference when applying for a position. If you are looking for a job, set aside some time for this vital task.

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Topics: Interview, Resume, Candidates, Get Hired, Hiring Tips

Spring Cleaning for Your Resume

Posted by Dave Grubbs

Feb 28, 2017 9:00:00 AM

When most people think about spring cleaning, they picture cleaning out closets, putting up winter blankets and clothes while bringing out spring wardrobes, or reinvigorating their gardens through pruning and adding new plants. Believe it or not, this should apply to parts of your professional life as well. Specifically, you should commit to spring cleaning for your resume. This is necessary if you’re considering a new position, but it can be just as important to be ready for the worst case scenario, like needing to find a new job.

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Topics: Resume, Job Search, Job Description, Get Hired, Find a Job

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