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3 Dreams That Will Improve The Modern Workplace

Dr. King said, “1963 is not the end. It is the beginning.” I believe we need to say the same thing about 2013 and let the past inform the future. Read on for three dreams for the modern workplace....

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Glassdoor Partners With CNNMoney To Deliver Job Listings & Company Insights

Glassdoor is proud to announce a new partnership with CNNMoney which will give its online readers access to Glassdoor’s job search platform. Readers will be able to search for the latest job listings and get access to information about what it’s like to work at a particular company....

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5 References That Should Be On Your List To Land The Job

When you’re applying for jobs, a common request among employers is for you to provide a list of professional references. After your interview, your references could be a key component on whether you receive a job offer from a company....

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Top 10 Recruiters Share How To Impress

Glassdoor recently published the winners of its inaugural Talent Warrior Awards, honoring this year’s most innovative and socially-savvy recruiters and HR professionals. These hiring pros are some of the best in the business, so we asked them what job seekers can do to get noticed....

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How To Get Your Recruiter To Love You

Job seekers and recruiters may have a love/hate relationship but if it’s handled right, it can be fruitful for both sides. Entry level job candidates may not find using a recruiter that successful, but for more senior level people it can mean the difference between landing a dream job an...

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How To Introduce Yourself In A Networking Email

Networking emails are a challenge. You can use them to “meet” someone you’ve never met, to keep in touch with someone you have met, or even to put your name in the ring for a job opening. They can be the most useful tool in your career, if you do it properly....

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10 Job Search Behaviors To Avoid

Job search is hard work; it's stressful and riddled with anxiety. Do not exacerbate it by letting highly charged emotions drive bad behavior when you’re looking for a new job. Reign in your anxiety: Manage it with exercise; a few hours spent with understanding and light-hearted friends; ...

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6 Mistakes You Made At Your Last Job Interview

The job interview is arguably the most important step in your job search. Once you’ve gotten past applicant tracking system, it’s your time to truly shine. It’s your opportunity to say, “I am the best candidate for this job and here’s why.”...

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How To Find A Job Using Instagram

Out of 130 million people on Instagram, could there be companies and recruiters there who may want to hire you? The answer of course, is yes! That being said, I could not help but ponder how one could leverage Instagram for finding work. About 20 minutes or so later, I had enough notes to...

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5 Job Search Elements Not To Stress Over

During the job application process, there are so many little things to keep track of that it’s easy to become stressed. Do you write a handwritten note or send an email? How soon after submitting your job application should you follow-up? It would be easier if these questions had black a...