How To Use Glassdoor In Your Job Search

With today’s technology, finding reviews directly from employees about the companies they work for couldn’t be easier. Thanks to Glassdoor, job seekers can get an idea about what it’s like to work for a company before ever applying for a

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Top Companies Hiring in 25 Major Metropolitan Cities in the United States

As the economy slowly continues to recover in 2014, companies are beginning to hire more staff to replace positions that had been slashed before the recession. Job aggregator SimplyHired.com has compiled their list of the Top 5 Companies hiring in

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5 Things Recruiters Want You to Know

Tips from Recruiters

Do you wish that you could get into a recruiter’s head, and figure out what you are doing wrong, or right in your job search? Unfortunately, we weren’t born with the power of telepathy. However, here are a short list

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Spring Job Hunt Guide, part 3: Why Didn’t I Get Hired

We’ve all been there. Waiting by the phone for a call. Some job seekers have put in their application and are waiting for an invitation to be interviewed. Others went through the interviewing process and are waiting for a job

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The Traps Job Seekers Fall for During the Interview Process

Traps Job Seekers Fall For

There are certain sections of an interview that can either make or break you, depending on how you go about them. Employers lay out several traps during the interview to see how you react. You, as a job seeker, can

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Spring Job Hunt Guide, part 2: My #1 Kick-Butt Secret for Winning Every Job Interview

Spring Job Hunt GUide

In a word, interviewing ‘sucks’! Okay, maybe that’s just me, but I know a lot of people who feel the same way. And let’s face it, who welcomes the thought of sitting through an interrogation where you’re asked numerous questions:

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The 6 Second Resume

Many resumes end up at the bottom of the pile or in the shredder. Some reasons for this might seem like no-brainers to most of us—such as a candidate misspelling his or her own name—but other reasons might not be

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Spring Job Hunt Guide, part 1: Top Industries Hiring

It is almost spring, which means we’re approaching warmer weather, longer days and hopefully new employment opportunities. If you’re hoping to start the new season off by finding a new job, then we’re here to help.  This is part 1

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One Resume Change That Will Significantly Increase Your Results

Lately, it seems as though résumés have reached a plateau. From the format and the content, regardless of the field, it’s safe to say that it’s all become predictable. So which résumés stand out? How do you effectively set yourself

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Interview Tips: How to Answer the Hard Questions

Tough Interview Question

Have you ever had an interview where you were asked, “What would you say is your biggest weakness?” and blanked on a response? Hiring managers have a list of questions in their arsenal that are used to better understand you.

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