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Oct 9 5 Things You Should Be Doing If You’re Unemployed Unemployment
Sep 26 Finding a Job After Self Employment – Tips for Resumes, Interviews and More Changing Careers Biron Clark

When running your own business or launching a startup doesn’t pan out, many people choose to return to a corporate job for more stability and a steady paycheck. But making the transition and finding a job after self employment isn’t always easy…

Sep 26 How to Get a Job While Being Overqualified Career Planning Biron Clark

One of the toughest obstacles to getting hired: Being overqualified, or being told you’re overqualified by employers. You might hear it in rejection emails after applying for a job, in an interview question, or when you get feedback after your interview.

Sep 26 8 Ways to Stand Out in a Job Interview Interview Advice Biron Clark

It’s common for employers to interview 15 or more people for a single job opening, so getting noticed and getting the job offer is not easy… However, there are some ways to stand out and get hired faster. I’m going to share 8 tips for how to stand out i

Sep 21 5 Tips for Getting the Most out of Job Fairs Career Planning Kristen Berset-Harris

5 Tips for Getting the Most out of Job Fairs Job Fairs are a great way for job seekers of all levels to be seen by many different companies at once, but it can also mean you are competing with many seekers for few positions.Margo Dunn, President of Women

Aug 30 9 Things That Interviewers Really Want To Hear From You In The Interview Interview Advice Jack Kelly

9 Things That Interviewers Really Want To Hear From You In The Interview

Aug 29 How to prepare for behavioral questions in an interview Interview Advice Ali O' Reilly

How to prepare for behavioral questions in an interview Start by thinking about how you came to achieve some of your proudest accomplishments, and figure out how to turn that into a story.

Aug 20 Do Your Research Before a Job Interview Interview Advice Charles Purdy

Research the company before you go into a job interview

Aug 1 How to Decide on Resume Length Resume Advice Kim Isaacs

"How long should my resume be?" is one of the most commonly asked questions about resumes.

Jul 30 Sample Interview Thank-You Letter Thank you letter / e-mail Kim Isaacs

Even if you think an offer is in the bag, you can always improve your chances of getting the job if you send a thank-you letter.

Jul 21 The Power of a Simple Thank-You Note Thank you letter / e-mail Peter Vogt

It seems amazing, but it's true: A simple thank-you letter after an interview can wield considerable power and influence, and reflect very favorably on your candidacy for the position.

Jul 10 Cover Letter Tips for New Graduates Cover Letter Kim Isaacs
Jul 5 Cover Letter Checklist Cover Letter

Cover Letter Checklist

Jun 26 Are You Ready to Be Your Own Boss? Changing Careers Caroline Levchuck
Jun 20 How to Decide If You Need a Career Change Changing Careers Debra Davenport

If you're not thrilled with your career, if you don't wake up excited about the day's prospects or if you feel that your work has no intrinsic value, then it's time to get serious about making a change.

Jun 18 The 10 Worst Mistakes Career Changers Can Make Changing Careers Barbara Reinhold

Changing careers is never easy.

Jun 8 How to Write a Resume Career Summary Resume Advice Kim Isaacs

Generate Interest with a High-Impact Summary Statement

Jun 2 Five Steps for Updating Your Resume Resume Advice Caroline Levchuck
May 23 Common Resume Blunders Resume Advice Kim Isaacs

Make sure your resume is in top-notch shape by avoiding the top 10 resume blunders:

May 17 8 Résumé Editing Tips Resume Advice Jennifer Anthony

Depending on how it's written, your résumé can make or break your job search.

May 7 When to quit a job you hate Career Planning Alina Dizik
Apr 16 5 Cover Letter Tips Cover Letter

5 Cover Letter Tips You Can Use A.S.A.P.

Apr 11 Illegal Interview Questions Interview Advice

Sad but true...illegal interview questions are often asked by hiring managers because they haven't received proper training on this subject. Have you ever gone on a job interview and been asked a question that made you uncomfortable?

Apr 9 The Behavioral Interview Interview Advice

The Behavioral Interview. Learn How to Handle This

Apr 3 Changing Careers - Basic Preparation Career Planning Carole Martin

Changing careers could be one of the best decisions you make in your life. It may also be one of the more difficult things you will do.

Mar 25 Top 50 Cover Letter Tips Cover Letter Teena Rose

50Cover Letter Tips

Mar 2 How To Ace An Interview - The Checklist Interview Advice Deborah Brown-Volkman

A job interview is a screening tool. For you, it's an opportunity to assess whether or not you want to work for a company. For the employer, it's an opportunity to decide whether or not they want to hire you. Both sides are looking for a match.

Mar 1 Interview Tips & Tools - Before and After the Interview Interview Advice

Interview Tips & Tools - Before and After the Interview

Feb 28 Dont just Answer Interview Questions - Ask Them Too Interview Advice

In many interviews, the last question youre asked is something along the lines of do you have any further questions? Answer that with a no, and you risk losing points with an interviewer, no matter how well youve done up until then.

Feb 17 Interview Tips for Older Job Seekers Interview Advice

Interview Tips for Older Job Seekers

Feb 16 Tips for Successful Phone Interviews Interview Advice

Many of the techniques that job hunters use to prepare for face-to-face interviews can also be applied to phone interviews youll need to be prepared to both answer and ask questions.

Feb 14 Writing Cover Letters for Recruiters Cover Letter

Depending on how you view writing cover letters, this next piece of information may be comforting or disappointing. Recruiters dont look at your cover letter first, and theyll only read the letter if they like what they read on your resume.

Feb 7 Tips for Writing Email Cover Letters Cover Letter

Writing email cover letters is subtly different from writing a standard letter. The basic principles are fairly similar, but youll need to modify and add to an email letter in certain respects.

Feb 4 Resume Action Verbs & Keywords Resume Advice

If your resume is scanned electronically by a potential employer, the computer scanner will pick up on these keywords.

Feb 1 Avoid these 5 Common Cover Letter Mistakes Cover Letter

Avoid these 5 Common Cover Letter Mistakes

Jan 31 Common Interview Questions and How to Answer Them Interview Advice

Common Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

Jan 29 Steps to Planning a Successful Career Change Career Planning

Steps to Planning a Successful Career Change

Jan 28 Terminated from Employment Now What? Unemployment

Terminated from Employment Now What?

Jan 20 How to Prepare for a Layoff Unemployment

How to Prepare for a Layoff

Jan 18 Thank you Letter Tips Thank you letter / e-mail

Thank you letter / e-mail tips

Jan 8 Building a Strong Resume Resume Advice

A strong resume is vital to finding a job. Think of your resume as a marketing tool that grabs the attention of a hiring manager and gets you in the door of the company to make your sales pitch.

Jan 4 Tips for a Successful Interview Interview Advice

After making your way through the maze of job openings, the next stage is the most critical for job seekers the interview. Interviews can be made or broken within the first few moments. Here are a few suggestions that will help you stand out.

Dec 8 Job Fair Tips Career Planning

Job fairs, also known as career fairs, are a great way to meet with a number of employers at one location. Here are a few tips to make your next job fair experience a positive one.

Oct 30 Your Cover Letter Cover Letter

How to do your cover letter.

Oct 30 How to Achieve the Executive Position that You Really Want Career Planning employmentauthority.com

How to Achieve the Executive Position that You Really Want

Sep 15 Is that your best offer? Salary Advice Debbie O'Halloran

Dealing with the salary question is often the most difficult interview question facing job seekers.

Sep 15 How to Manage your Career Career Planning 'Four Minutes to Job Interview Success'

To succeed in today's demanding and ever-changing work environment, you must take charge of managing your own career.

Sep 15 Getting a promotion Career Planning Scott Boyd

Tips to get you that next promotion.

Sep 15 Common resume mistake Resume Advice Killer Resume

Be sure to avoid these mistakes when writing your resume.

Aug 2 Interviews: Remembering it’s a 2-way process Interview Advice Richard Boyd

Interviewing Tips

Jul 2 When Bad Interviews Happen to Good Candidates Interview Advice Linda Matias

Going through the motions of a bad interview is like peeling back the layers of an onion. Sally learned this lesson the hard way, hands-on during an interview that should have been a piece of cake. Sally applied for a position that fit her qualifications

Jun 15 Focus on your strengths Career Planning Brenda Koritko

Taking time to discover or confirm your key strengths and skills will empower you to make important decisions about your career.

May 17 WHY IS CAREER PLANNING IMPORTANT Career Planning JEFF ROWE

What comes to your mind when you think about career planning? Many people aren’t sure what career planning means. For our purposes we will define career planning as “A goal that you desire to achieve in a selected field or occupation with a well thought

Apr 28 CAREER PLANNING STARTS WITH SELF-ASSESSMENT Career Planning Teena Rose

Career Advice for New Graduates and Entry-level Job Seekers

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