Career Advice - January 2014

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Getting back in the job searching game

There are many potential reasons why a person may have left the workforce or began to search for a new position.

Successful job searching requires a professional, measured approach

When working on applications in the job searching process, whether it's the initial resume process or deep into the interview, it's important to consider what employers are expecting you to do.

Resume critiques can be a useful and strong part of your job search

When trying to find a job, the search process lives by the strength of your resume.

Uncommon approaches to improve your job searching

When you're trying to find a job, it's smart to treat the search itself like a full-time position.

Networking can unearth private job opportunities

Job boards are one of the first resources that anyone would turn to when they're looking to find a job, but as widely seen and advertised as those boards can be, recent studies have found that there may be better ways to discover opportunities.

Approaching the job interview with the right mindset

Job interviews are sometimes a complicated prospect, but they don't need to be.


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