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Interview Preparation

Interviews can be intimidating, but with the proper preparation, they can be easily conquered. Ensuring you have key information about a company will make you look like a more polished candidate. Follow these simple tips to ensure you are adequately

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Job Interview Tips

Congratulations! Spending days, weeks, or possibly months of looking for the right job has finally paid off and you’ve been asked to come in for an interview. Then comes the biggest question of all, now what? You will only have

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Job Advice From Your Dog

as well as life in general. Here is some simple, good-to-know advice from man’s best friend: Lesson #1: Be Eager to Please This does not mean brown-nosing your work days away. It simply lends itself to the notion that, as

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6 Common Resume Mistakes

Spring is the best time of year to begin tuning up your resume before your next opportunity presents itself. Here are 6 common issues with resumes that get overlooked: 1. Unfocused Content – A resume should highlight your employment history

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Job Fair Advice

Job fairs are a great way for you to explore potential employment opportunities and learn more about companies who are actively hiring in your neighborhood. Many people see it as something as serious as a first interview, while others view

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5 Ineffective Networking Strategies

Today’s job seeking professionals need to be able to recognize the right and the wrong techniques associated with networking. Making the most of your professional network is a critical aspect to finding a job in today’s economy. To prepare for

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Job Search Personality

One of the things I always wish for my clients is that they find careers to enjoy as much as I do mine. I love working with people, but especially in this field, it is so rewarding to know you

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Keep On Truckin’

Truck drivers hold 44% of all jobs nationwide. They play an integral role in the transportation of produce and goods locally and nationally. Think you’re dependable enough to get the job done? Read on. Businesses set up contracts with trucking

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Keeping the Job

Congratulations – Now that You Have the Job, Keep It. The hard work is not over. Once you have accepted the job, your real work begins. Doing the work is only part of being successful in your job. There are

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Killer Cover Letters

Always send a cover letter with a resume when applying for a job. The cover letter and resume have the same goal—to get the interview; however, they should contain different information. The purpose of the cover letter is to develop

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