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This Is What Recruiters Look For On Your LinkedIn Profile

ARTICLE BY GWEN MORAN 01.30.17 – Fast Company https://www.fastcompany.com/3067594/hit-the-ground-running/this-is-what-recruiters-look-for-on-your-linkedin-profile   When you’re looking for a job, your LinkedIn profile is a 24/7 information resource for the recruiters who are looking for talent. In fact, in the Jobvite 2016 Recruiter Nation Report, 87% of recruiters find LinkedIn most effective when vetting candidates during the hiring process. […]

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7 Tips for Domestic Engineers (Stay-at-Home Moms and Dads Re-Entering the Workforce)

7 Tips for Domestic Engineers (Stay-at-Home Moms and Dads Re-Entering the Workforce) I know how hard it can be on families with a single income right now so I want to provide some tips to all the stay-at-home moms and dads who are re-entering the workforce after being gone for five or more years. I […]

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4 Powerful Ways To Figure Out What You Should Be Doing With Your Career In 2016

4 Powerful Ways To Figure Out What You Should Be Doing With Your Career In 2016 By Kathy Caprino, Forbes | December 17, 2015 157 Part of the series “Living and Working Better” As a career success coach, writer, and researcher, I’ve had the opportunity to observe key trends among thousands of professionals around the […]

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5 Ways to Fail at Networking

Posted By: Kim Thompson Five ways to fail at networking (and how to avoid them!) Networking is the most powerful tool you have to advance your career, and becoming aware of what makes good networking will serve you well. The ability to give and receive information cuts across levels in an organization, and developing your relationship-building skills […]

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Interviewing: Thank you notes, following up and getting past the rejection.

Interviewing: Thank you notes, following up and getting past the rejection.   It is very important to remember that interviewing is good practice for you. I would like you to approach them like you would if you were having a business conversation. You are interviewing the hiring company to find out information so you can […]

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