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Job Search Methods
Remember when looking for a job was as easy as reaching for the newspaper? Many companies no longer use print media to advertise their openings. There are now so many different avenues to use. Learn some of the most common methods of to use in searching for a new job.
Job Searching for Teenagers
Are you a teenager looking for a job? With unemployed adults grabbing all of the jobs typically help by teenagers, it's time for you to step up your game.
Military to Civilian – A Book Review
Getting a new job in the civilian environment is difficult. Imagine transitioning from the military into a civilian job. The Military-to-Civilian Transition Guide will give you the steps you need to make the transition successfully.
Networking – How to get started
A successful job search will require that you step out of your comfort zone and network. If networking makes you uncomfortable, start small and with the familiar. Here is how to get started getting comfortable with networking.
Outdated Resume Techniques Defined
The job market is changing. Many resume techniques which were vital a few years ago are now obsolete. Before you update your resume, discover which outdated techniques to steer clear of.
Panel Interviews - How to Prepare and Ace
Panel interviews are a practice more companies are embracing. It involves two, three or more managers from different departments interviewing you all at the same time. It doesn’t have to be scary, however. Find out how to ace a panel interview.
Phrases to Avoid in a Job Search
What are buzz phrases? They are meaningless statements which are often over-used. They are definitely phrases you want to stay away from in your cover letter and especially during an interview. Stand out above the applicant pool by removing these buzz phrases from your job search vocabulary.
Prepare a Cover Letter for an Out of State Job
Are you searching for an out-of-state job? With so much local talent, your resume has to outshine all of the local applicants. The best place to start is with your cover letter. Here is the information you need to share in your cover letter for an out-of-state job.
Prepare For the Job Market Before You Graduate
The job market is tight. Don't wait until your senior year before you begin career planning. The time to start is freshman year.
Preparing for a Telephone Interview
Have you ever went on an in-person interview and drew a blank when the interviewer asked a question? Telephone interviews have a definite advantage. They allow you to have a world of reference right in front of you. Bring these documents to the phone with you to help ace the interview.
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