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7 Secrets for Getting that Hot New Job in 2017

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7 Secrets for Getting that Hot New Job in 2017

Feel like you're spinning your wheels, but not getting what you want? Or are you focused on material things, but still feeling empty?

5-Step Workout To ACE Your Job Interview

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5-Step Workout To ACE Your Job Interview

Joann headed for the local gym, her heart beating fast and her palms wet with tension. "I was an emotional wreck all weekend," she reported to her counselor friend Terri as they pounded the treadmills.

Top 10 Tips For Job Hunters Over 50

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Top 10 Tips For Job Hunters Over 50

If you're over 50 and looking for a job, feeling inferior isn't so unusual. The truth is, I know a lot of people who feel like castoffs in today's job market.

CareerFitness: Optimize Your Resumes

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CareerFitness: Optimize Your Resumes

No, that's not a typo. You don't have a single resume. You have many. In fact, the key to landing a great job is to have a unique and tailored resume for each job to which you apply.

Three of the BIGGEST Resume Mistakes

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Three of the BIGGEST Resume Mistakes

When you're looking for a new job, your resume is your calling card. It's often the first time a potential employer gets to meet you. Obviously, you want to make a good first impression.  This means you don't want a resume that leaves potential employers shaking their heads.

Nano-Networking Is Notworking

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Nano-Networking Is Notworking

They say that the best things come in small packages. That's probably true when you're talking about personal relationships as an entire industry devoted to tiny, colored boxes will attest. For business relationships, however, small isn't the best; in fact, it can actually be injurious to your job search.

How to Hack the Internet for a Faster, Better Job Hunt

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How to Hack the Internet for a Faster, Better Job Hunt

With today's technology, employers use an impressive number of tools to find, analyze, judge and communicate with job seekers. If you've been on the hiring side of things at a mid-size or larger company, you've seen how many software solutions are bought and sold in an attempt to nail recruiting. Employers, with just a few clicks, can post an opening to hundreds of job boards, gain powerful social data on all of their applicants and hire consultants to help them find just one right candidate. Why don't job seekers have access to similar tech?

Career Fitness: Mirroring

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Career Fitness: Mirroring

Finding people matches is fast becoming a major trend among recruiters. A recent Time cover story, for example, introduced the large and growing battery of tests now being used to assess the personality and other traits of candidates. Their "scores" are then compared to those of an employer's high performing workers to find the individuals who match and, according to conventional wisdom, are thus most likely to perform equally as well on-the-job.

How To Market Yourself In Today's Economy

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How To Market Yourself In Today's Economy

You don't need to be a rocket scientist to recognize that job seekers face obstacles today that they never imagined in the past. A lot has changed in the last few years, and you'll need to adjust if you want to succeed. Competition is intense and more and more companies are turning to temporary, or contingent, workers in place of full-time employees. Since the pace of change is unlikely to slow, if you want to be successful, it's up to you to keep up.

Land a Job You'll Love in the New Year

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Land a Job You'll Love in the New Year

Many professionals are determined to secure a change in employment in the New Year. That's a very smart plan. The talent-driven market will surely produce countless opportunities for career development in 2016.

6 Good Reasons To (Always!) Keep Your Resume Updated

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6 Good Reasons To (Always!) Keep Your Resume Updated

If you've been happily employed at the same job for several years, there's a good chance your resume has been gathering virtual cobwebs.

Share Your Personality...

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Share Your Personality...

You might be thinking, well who else would I be? That's a good question. We don't generally decide to be untrue to ourselves. And yet in tight, nervous situations we often behave out of character.

Tips For Nailing That Job Interview

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Tips For Nailing That Job Interview

You're certain you're a good fit for a job, but before you can move into your new office, you'll need to make a great impression at your job interview.

Cover Letters That WIN In 2016

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As we settle into the New Year, it is once again time to set priorities. How about putting "Write a brand new cover letter" at the top of your list?

Six Insider Tips to Rock Your Resume

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Six Insider Tips to Rock Your Resume

Stop telling and start selling. You have less time than ever to generate interest from an employer flooded with too many resumes. Make these six changes, and your resume will not only rock, but you'll get calls from hiring managers wanting to know more.

5 Common Career Regrets to Avoid

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5 Common Career Regrets to Avoid

No matter what stage of your career you are in, it's not too late to avoid these five common career regrets.

What's So 'Scary' About a Cover Letter?

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What's So 'Scary' About a Cover Letter?

If you're ready for a new job in your industry you'll want to write a smashing cover letter that will knock the socks off the hiring manager! In other words you'll hope he or she will sit up and take notice. Writing such a letter may sound S-C-A-R-Y, especially since times are tough and there is so much competition.

Starting Your Own Business

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Starting Your Own Business

I have failed many times -- even before I started my own business.  Remember that time when you were on the idea stage and you kept having those internal battles whether to pursue or not?

No-Fail Cover Letter Strategy

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No-Fail Cover Letter Strategy

Cover letters often make or break job candidates for me. Now, not every hiring manager feels that way, in fact I know many who don't even read cover letters. In my opinion, however, it's where candidates really set themselves apart and where I really get a sense of who they are and if I want to work with them on a daily basis.

Attitude of Gratitude Before The Interview

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Attitude of Gratitude Before The Interview

According to Charles Schwab, founder of The Charles Schwab Corporation, an American brokerage and banking company in San Francisco, California, "The way to develop the best that is in a person is by appreciation and encouragement."

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