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There are a few steps you need to follow if you want to secure a job. First, you need to land the interview. Second, you need to “nail” the interview. And, third, you absolutely must follow-up on the interview. This article will focus on the second part of getting a job…the interview itself…and the number one job interview secret...Published:14-Mar-2013
The changing dynamics in the job market are creating new reasons for people to think differently about how they approach their careers. The portfolio career approach is a new way to meet employer needs, while at the same time focusing on improving your skills, knowledge and value, as well as staying true to who you are and what makes you really thrive in your career.Published:16-Nov-2012
Too many job seekers stumble through interviews as if the questions are coming out of left field. But many interview questions are to be expected. Study this list and plan your answers ahead of time so you'll be ready to deliver them with confidence.Published:28-Aug-2012
New College graduates face unique challenges and opportunities when it comes to getting that first job. Many employers, however, want fresh new ideas and employees with lots of future potential. With 20% of all workers with college degrees either unemployed or employed in jobs requiring only high school skills, there is help for the college grad who doesn’t want to settle for a job in which they are undervalued and under-challenged.Published: 3-Jul-2012
In today's job market a finally tuned resume is essential. Learn how to 'target' your resume to get the employer's attention, stand out from the competition and win the interview.Published:27-May-2012
Career Tips for New College Graduates: Making the transition from college student to full-time member of the workforce can be a difficult time for many graduates. Many graduates will accept responsibilities for their own lives and their own financial support for the very first time. Unfortunately, far too many new graduates will settle for jobs in which they are undervalued and under-challenged.Published:25-May-2012