Tagged: job seeker

Why “Selling The Job” in an Interview Is So Critical

As an organization that is hiring, “selling the job” is absolutely critical to a successful hire. So many companies fail to adequately position their job in a way that attracts talent. Whether your role is the hiring manager, a member of the interview team, HR, or recruiting, being able to explain what the job is and […]

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How to Find a Genuine Candidate

How to Find a Genuine Candidate

When I say “genuine”, I don’t necessarily mean a kind, charity-giving, family person. Although those qualities are great, what I mean is authentic and honest. Recruiters speak to multiple candidates every day, so finding the ones that truly mean what they say (or what their resumes say) can be a challenge. Often recruiters face the […]

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Start Your New Year Fresh With a New Career

Start Your New Year Fresh With a New Career

Well, we just made it through the presidential election and we’re about to enter 2017. I’m sure most of us have stopped to wonder…..What’s next? New gym memberships, eating less junk food, quit smoking, maybe finally deciding to make a career change? Making a career move can be a big change. Set a clear end […]

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Best Apps to Help with Your Career

Best Apps to Help with Your Career

In the age of technology there really is an app for everything, even for job applications. Use the fact that you can apply to jobs from your smart phone to your advantage. This allows you to browse and apply to jobs wherever you are- maybe even while on your morning commute? With so many types […]

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The Journey To Your First Post-Grad Job

The Journey To Your First Post-Grad Job

So you’re a soon to be college graduate or just recently graduated, now what? Life comes at you pretty fast and now it’s time to enter the professional world. For some, this change can be a simple adjustment, while for others a total culture shock. Each individual handles these situations differently. Looking back, to me […]

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