3 Things That Send Your Resume to the Trash

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“Resumes are the heartbeat of a career search. If done well, your resume will tell your story and sell you.” These are the words of Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter of Glassdoor. They summarize the importance of a strong resume as the primary tool in your job quest. Here are three pitfalls to avoid so you can assure… Read more »

Is Your Job Search Too Aggressive?

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Assertive, forward-thinking candidates are front and center on the radar screens of today’s hiring managers – and this certainly should be reflected in your job search behavior. Determination, follow-through and tenacity are strong, positive traits. But as you pursue a new opportunity, be careful not to cross the line between assertiveness and aggression. Focus on… Read more »

What are the Best Hiring Managers Doing Differently?

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Hiring the best person for the job is the most important decision made by a manager. Consider how much is resting on it in terms of productivity, morale and value added to your organization. Building a team with the right mix of talent takes significant time and energy, but it’s all worth it when you make… Read more »

A New Year Brings New Job Search Trends

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If you’re job searching in 2014, you are not alone. An astounding 83 percent of the North American working population is on the alert for new career opportunities this year, according to a recent report by industry experts at Right Management. To land your dream job, be sure you stay ahead of current search trends… Read more »