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DO AS MUCH RESEARCH AS POSSIBLE on the organization and job position. Never go in for an interview without having a sense of what the position entails and how the company operates. Some people send out so many resumes that … Continue reading

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If you are like most people, the prospect of an important job interview makes you a little nervous. Interviews are one of the most important factors a hiring manager takes into account when deciding who to hire for a position. … Continue reading

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LinkedIn is a great way to organize and manage work relationships. Continue reading

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In today’s competitive market and with changes in electronic distribution and processing, you can help forward your career by enlisting the assistance of a professional resume writer. To follow are some suggestions for making the right choice. Continue reading

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In times of belt tightening, layoffs and competitive markets, employers do have a choice of who to employ and who to release. Continue reading

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Articles of Interest This Month We are so excited about our newsletter. Simply click on one of the links below. 1). Protecting Your Online Reputation – Your First Priority This is more important than ever! Click here. 2). Improve Your … Continue reading

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This is an article written by a colleague of mine, Mike Mara which I like to bring out in time for the holidays. The end of the year isn’t only a great season feast with family or shop for gifts … Continue reading

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Hiring managers “when they are considering you for a job they are going to the Internet to see what comes up. If you have nothing show up, you are not relevant” Continue reading

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Employers read your resume when you apply for a position. Your LinkedIn profile, though, is often viewed before you are asked to apply for a position. The two forms of media are dramatically different. Continue reading

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