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3 Reasons Why You Should Create a Unique Resume for Every Job

Creating job resumes is time consuming and difficult – what you’re doing is basically summarizing why you are the right person for a position. The temptation to create a universal resume is logical and often the seemingly efficient maneuver. Except […]

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3 Disastrous Resume Mistakes Many Candidates Make

Resume writing is relatively simple, but as human beings are wont to do, we overcomplicate the simplest ideas and turn them into minefields. Take writing resumes – countless hiring managers offer advice and yet are flooded with resumes offering little […]

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3 Ways to Use Twitter to Enhance your Personal Brand

Twitter is one of the fastest ways to burnish your personal brand, and used effectively, you can gain a lot of followers in a short period of time. Having these followers expands your message and can set you apart as […]

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3 Different Ways to Enhance Your Personal Brand Without Leaving the House

Personal branding is a concept relatively new to the market, but not new necessarily to how employers find the right employees. Think of your personal brand simply as your reputation. If you were to ask others three adjectives to describe […]

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3 Behaviors Guaranteeing Success at Networking Events

So you’ve been invited to a networking event, or you signed up – whatever you’ve done, you know that your attendance is expected at a certain networking event. This is cause for celebration – you’re taking the bull by the […]

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The 2 Types of Networking Groups

Networking is one of the great methods of obtaining contacts and finding new jobs or expanding your knowledge base within your current occupation on the way to climbing the ladder within your company. Simply put, the goal of networking is […]

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3 Signs That You Should Walk Away From a Job Offer

We’re all excited to receive job offers – especially after investing the time, effort and energy in applying, interviewing and even planning your life based on accepting this offer. That being said, no job is ever perfect, and no offer […]

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3 Great Resources to Help Negotiate the Salary of Your Dreams

When a job offer comes through, the first instinct is to accept it excitedly. This is often the worst thing you can do because there are so many bad messages that are communicated by snapping up an offer – the […]

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3 Reasons to Take on Extra Projects to Burnish Leadership Credentials

The best way to develop your leadership abilities is to use your current position to seamlessly transition to bigger and better things. The way this works is to take on extra work. The value of taking on greater tasks is […]

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5 Keys to Translate Leadership Experience to a Resume

Leadership is one of the great intangible qualities employers seek. Often, it’s difficult to identify leaders, and sadly there’s no “look” a leader has. Think about sports – various coaches supposedly sport leadership abilities only to be fired when their […]

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