Starting your Job Search, A Step by Step Guide….

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Starting your Job Search, A Step by Step Guide…. Conducting your job search can be overwhelming – especially if you do not know where to start. The secret is to take it one step at a time. Use this step-by-step guide to break down some of the work that goes into your job search. 1.Create… Read more »

Resume and CV Tip…

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If you are applying for more than one job at the same company, tailoring your resume | CV is a must. Carefully read through the job opening and adjust the summary of qualifications and core competencies sections to highlight what each position is looking for. Submitting the same resume | CV multiple times can make… Read more »

Productive People Possess these 7 Habits…

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Habits of Productive People 1. They don’t believe in messiness. When you work in an organized and clean workspace, you’re more focused on getting the job done (and less distracted by clutter). Being a truly productive person is about having a habit of touching everything once. When something has to be done, productive people simply… Read more »

Effectively Overcome Objections

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The greatest challenge you will face in your job search is rejection. Interviewing is “sales” and rejection is part of the process. It is important you do not take rejection personally. Learn from each experience and fine tune your job search skills. It is important to know objections are buying signs, a request for more… Read more »

Turn a Bad Morning into a Pretty Good Day

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Do you ever have bad mornings? Here are four tried-and-true ways to turn a bad morning into a pretty good day…. Clear Your Head Step away from your desk or work area. Pry your fingers off that keyboard or phone screen, and head to the nearest exit. Use the 20 minutes or so you’d normally… Read more »

Research Salary BEFORE you schedule interviews!

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With the Internet, Job Boards, Job Postings on Web Sites and Social Media, it is easier than ever to research salary levels. If a company posts a salary range, they normally want to pay somewhere in the middle of the range. The offer is also based on the actual interview. If an employer interviews someone… Read more »