6 Steps for an Attention-Getting Resume

Posted on: August 8th, 2022

Want to stand out in the applicant pool as you look for your next job? Time to create an attention-getting resume! The trick is to make your resume rich with qualifications, accomplishments, and content that relate to the industry and career you have in mind. Review these five steps for creating an attention-getting resume, plus […]

Why Should We Hire You?

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Posted on: June 24th, 2022

During an interview, most employers ask the classic question: “Why should we hire you?” This question enables your potential employer to learn how you view yourself, your attitude, and if you qualify for the position. This classic question may be worded in different ways, for example: Why are you the best person for this position? […]

Top Five Interview Mistakes

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Posted on: May 10th, 2022

If you are looking for a new job, you know what outstanding skills and talents you have to offer your future employer. The only thing that stands between you and your dream job is the dreaded interview process. The following is a list of five common mistakes you will want to avoid in order to […]

Best Job Interview Closing Tips and Techniques

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Posted on: April 21st, 2022

Are you preparing for job interviews or looking to improve your interviewing techniques? If so, remember to work on closing the interview with positivity, enthusiasm and your pitch for the company to hire you. Closing is a classic sales tactic that leaves the interviewers with a good impression and memory of you. Job interviews usually […]

Time Management Tips for Job Seekers

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Posted on: March 14th, 2022

When you’re holding a job and looking for a job at the same time, you can feel stretched to your limits. Even if you’re not currently employed, the time you have can quickly disappear, never to be recaptured. That’s where time management comes in. Time management will help job seekers like you focus on your […]

5 Ways to Reduce Stress in Your Job Hunt

Posted on: February 17th, 2022

Looking for a job can cause stress and take a lot of energy, but when you have the right mindset, approach, and strategies to cope with overwhelm, you can go from searching for a job to settling into a new one in less time than you think. Research When you’re feeling anxious, knowledge is power. […]

Ways Employers Can Support Working Parents

Posted on: January 17th, 2022

Now more than ever, employers have an increased motivation to retain existing employees and recruit new ones. That includes everyone from Millennials to working parents. Parents have been hit especially hard with the demands the pandemic has placed on them, such as hybrid and online school and children needing to quarantine—and that is on top […]

7 Tips for Staying Safe in a Warehouse Job

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Posted on: November 2nd, 2021

Warehouse jobs can be physically demanding. They can also present a few hazards while you’re on the job, such as forklifts, falling objects, and electrical shock, to name a few. To avoid injuries in a warehouse job, you’ll want to pay attention to safety training, follow the rules, and learn all you can about safety […]

How to Resign Professionally from a Job

Resign Professionally
Posted on: September 23rd, 2021

So, you’ve found a new job — congratulations! Now, how do you resign from your current job in the most professional way? And why is that important? Let’s review a few things you need to do to make your resignation reflect the professionalism you have shown throughout your time with your current employer. Why Resign […]

Should I Apply for a Job if I’m Not Fully Qualified?

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Posted on: August 4th, 2021

Almost everyone has run across job ads where they don’t meet the qualifications. You might say to yourself, “I don’t have enough experience,” or “I don’t know that software.” Even so, we are encouraging applicants to cast a wide net, as you may find employers open to providing more training to underqualified individuals. At certain […]