Career Advice Blog - May 2014

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Job searching tips for those with little experience
Job searching tips for those with little experience

So you're looking to find a job, but you don't have much experience.

Post-interview strategies in job searching should involve sending notes
Post-interview strategies in job searching should involve sending notes

When you're not sure how to follow up after an interview, email and phone calls are the best ways to send thank-you notes.

Best ways to craft your resume when job searching
Best ways to craft your resume when job searching

Anyone who is job searching knows that their resume will be the first thing most hiring managers see when considering them as a candidate.

Job searching when considering a move
Job searching when considering a move

In the current job searching market, some opportunities will inevitably come with choices.

Streamlining job searching with different strategies
Streamlining job searching with different strategies

If you're looking for a job, don't stress if you don't see immediate results. According to the Huffington Post, the average job search in 2014 can take four months or longer.

Accounting resumes should focus on the employer's needs
Accounting resumes should focus on the employer's needs

No matter what their specific interests are, those looking to find a job in the accounting industry will likely need to put emphasis on having a quality resume.

Newer and stronger ways to find a job
Newer and stronger ways to find a job

For almost anyone in the current job market, the old phrase still applies. It's not what you know, but who you know, that can help you land a breakthrough for your next job opportunity.

Advice to help you break through in the engineering job search
Advice to help you break through in the engineering job search

While engineering has been a booming field for job growth recently, efforts to find a job may still take some time.


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