Resumes / Interviews

  • 4 Tips To Nail An Interview

    Whether it's your first interview, or your fifth, everyone can use a few pointers to set them up for success. After interviewing dozens of candidates for a variety of positions, here are four tips I can give you to impress your interviewees.
    By David Adams April 14, 2016 

  • How to Revamp Your LinkedIn Profile

    Treat LinkedIn as more than just a public CV. By revamping your profile, you will change both the way people view you on LinkedIn and the way the LinkedIn community interacts with you! These simple steps will revolutionize the way you view LinkedIn...
    By Sally Ormond July 10, 2015 

  • Landing an Entry Level Job: Tips from Professionals

    Landing the first job out of school can be frustrating—companies seem to want someone with experience, but how do you gain experience without a job? Why does it feel like a catch-22 situation? Here are some pointers to help you feel less...
    By Soozy G. Miller January 14, 2014 

  • Expand Your Connections With These Email Networking Templates

    Some of the best job openings aren't posted. Learning about them—and better yet, getting your foot in the door for an interview—often depends on whom you know.
    By Tricia Goss November 20, 2013 

  • Have you Checked your References?

    Think it's not important to put down trustworthy references on your job application? Think again. Potential employers often rely heavily on references, and if they aren't satisfied with the ones you listed, they may do some hunting of their...
    By Soozy G. Miller October 25, 2013 

  • 4 Letter of Interest Templates for Inquiring About a Job

    You're job hunting and you finally see an organization you would love to work for, however they have no open positions officially listed. How do you go about approaching them to see whether they have any openings? With a letter of interest--view...
    By Tricia Goss October 22, 2013 

  • Ask Yourself Three Questions Before Accepting That New Job

    You’re sick and tired of the job that you’re in. It feels like the days just drag on and on and on. As a solution you have applied for a new position, got an interview, had your references checked and now you have an offer in your hot little...
    By Irene Kotov May 3, 2013

  • The Resume of Tomorrow

    Lately I’ve been wondering how long the traditional resume will be around for. In a world where everything is changing at such a fast pace, the current way the resume stands, seems slightly outdated. What will the resumes of the future look like?
    By Irene Kotov January 14, 2013

  • Keep Job Hunting Over the Holidays -- Here's Why

    Yes, there aren’t as many positions out there at the moment as we’re coming closer and closer to Christmas and the silly season. That doesn’t mean though that it’s prime time to take a holiday on the job-hunt-front!
    By Irene Kotov December 17, 2012 

  • Create a LinkedIn Personal Brand that Stands Out

    If you’re a savvy professional, you can’t afford to not pay attention to LinkedIn. Not only does it put the world of interesting career information and executive feeds at your fingertips, but your profile can get you opportunities that otherwise...
    By Irene Kotov November 27, 2012 
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