Tagged: Applying for a Job

5 Tools Every Job Seeker Should Be Using

If you are currently in the market for a new job, you have probably noticed that there are a ton of resources online to help you find a new position. Long gone are the days where you faxed your resume to an ad you saw in the local print newspaper!  Today’s sophisticated job seeker has […]

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Why Your Job Search is Basically a Disney Movie

A large majority of job seekers have probably seen at least one Disney movie in their lives and are familiar with the classic Disney plot: An unhappy young person tries something new, is confronted with a conflict, eventually defeats that obstacle and lives happily ever after. Every storyline brought to us by Disney can mimic […]

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Spring into Success with these Job Hunt Tips!

Knowing that the official arrival of spring is only two days away is thrilling!  Here in New England, we suffered through literally the worst winter ever – the most snowfall in a single season with 108.6 inches. Folks, that is over nine feet of snow…nine feet! For those who love skiing, perhaps it was an […]

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6 Essential Tips to Take Your Job Search Mobile

More people are accessing the internet through mobile than ever before and searching for a job is one of the most-common online activities. Almost 90% of job seekers will use their mobile device during the job search in 2015 according to a recent Glassdoor Survey. Whether you are looking for a job or trying to […]

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Keep Calm and Prepare On!

A couple weeks ago some areas in Mass received over 30 inches of snow!  Naturally schools were closed for two days and a driving ban was issued for about 24 hours but during this same storm a friend of mine living in Virginia told me they received less than 2 inches of snow and schools […]

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10 Common Misconceptions about Employee Background Checks

If you’ve applied for a job recently, or gone in for an employment interview, then you’ve probably been asked to consent to a routine background check. In many ways, pre-employment background checks are becoming as important to hiring managers as your resume, application, and interview responses. Although the background check has become a pivotal component […]

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