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5 Ways To Make Your Employer Feel Like A Celebrity

Have you ever wondered how the assistants to celebrities keep their über-famous employers happy, calm, and on time considering th...

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10 Tips For Young Professionals Starting Their First ‘Real’ Job

Entering the working world for the first time after graduating is definitely going to be intimidating. You might think you know wh...

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Why Long-Term Unemployment Isn’t As Bad As You Think

Here’s some good news for folks who’ve long been out of work: that big gap on your resume may not be hurting your job search a...

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Why Networking In Unusual Places Is Critical For College Grads

The job market is still competitive, especially for recent college graduates, which means networking is a critical step to landing...

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3 Ways New Grads Can Increase Their Job Search Luck

It's not news that Generation Y is raked over the coals from time to time. They have been labeled as self-centered, lazy and atten...

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How To Use Social Media To Score A Job

Between the content you share and the people you connect with, it’s clear that social media is important to today’s job search...

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Why Bolstering Your Online Resume Will Get You Hired

Do you know how recruiters find the people that they hire? Each year CareerXroads does a survey to answer that very question. Here...

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10 Answers To Frequently Asked Job Search Questions

During the job search, there are lots of questions every job seeker comes across. How long should my resume and cover letter be? H...

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Why Cover Letters Still Matter

It may be the era of texting, multitasking and communicating in 140 characters or less, but when it comes to finding a job, cover ...

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Why Keeping Your Options Open May Harm Your Job Search

It is human nature in job search – as in dating – to want to keep your options open. Many job seekers, whether early-career an...