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Write Clean, Clutter-free Cover Letters!

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Write Clean, Clutter-free Cover Letters!

There's nothing quite like a crisp, clean, clutter-free dress shirt or blouse. It makes a statement about the person wearing it. And the same is true for a job search cover letter. Include your experience and skills in as few words as possible and then ask for an interview for the job you want. The hiring manager will remember you because your cover letter will have made a statement about you as a person.

7 Simple Steps to a 'Smashing' Job Interview

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7 Simple Steps to a 'Smashing' Job Interview

You've probably heard the sage advice about what not to do in order to ace an interview that could lead to the job you want. Most people are well intended. They hope for the best for you and for themselves. Unfortunately, many well-wishers focus on the negative. "Don't chew gum." "Don't talk too much." "Don't fidget with your coins or jewelry." True. True. And true.

How To Conduct A Stealth Job Search

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How To Conduct A Stealth Job Search

Ready for a new job? Most career experts would tell you to start looking while you're still employed. And when you do - you must tread carefully.  Here's a 12-point plan for getting your under-the-radar job search started:

5 Secrets to Scoring a Job Interview

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5 Secrets to Scoring a Job Interview

Want to land your dream job this year? Then you need to have a resume that kicks it in today's world.

6 'KEYS' To Job Interview Success In The New Year

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6 'KEYS' To Job Interview Success In The New Year

A new job in the New Year. Wouldn't that be wonderful? You may be nodding your head. But then your palms perspire and your head spins. What's it going to take to make this happen? Maybe not as much as you imagine.

10 Cover Letter Tips for The New Year

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10 Cover Letter Tips for The New Year

Think of your cover letter as a more in-depth follow-up on relevant aspects of your resume.

From Job Interview to Job Offer: 6 Secret Strategies

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From Job Interview to Job Offer: 6 Secret Strategies

Diligent job seekers spend hours creating resumes & cover letters, searching through job postings, reviewing classifieds and networking -- all in order to get an interview. Yet most of them don't know what to do when they get one!

The 10 Most Annoying Things About Job Hunting

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The 10 Most Annoying Things About Job Hunting

There are few people who actually enjoy the job search process. It can be frustrating, time consuming and discouraging, not to mention competitive!

How To Write A Customizable Cover Letter

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How To Write A Customizable Cover Letter

There's no point in sprucing up a fill-in-the-blank-cover letter if you've already put in time and effort into making the most perfect resume ever for the job of your dreams. Instead, take 30 more minutes to reflect and formulate a new one that comprises why you're a great fit for the position you're applying and the company as a whole.

6 Cover Letter Mistakes To Avoid

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6 Cover Letter Mistakes To Avoid

Cover letters are super important.  They are your best shot at showing a hiring manager who you are, what your value is, and how out of the large pool of candidates competing you're the one they need to catch.  But the problem is it's hard to create a killer cover letter that helps you land the job. And it's easy to scribble one down at the last minute, or recycle your previous one.

9 Steps to a Shorter Job Search

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9 Steps to a Shorter Job Search

Have a very good answer for the question, "What are you looking for."

Steps for a Successful Salary Negotiation

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Steps for a Successful Salary Negotiation

Brenda's stomach twisted at just the thought of talking about pay. She'd never negotiated anything in her entire life - not even on the playground while a kid in school. But now at age 35 she was no longer a kid to be bullied into submission. She was a professional woman with a college education and five years of experience in a health insurance environment. It was time to move up and go after the job she really wanted - Medical Center Operations Director.

7 Secret Cover Letter Tips For Your Job Hunt

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7 Secret Cover Letter Tips For Your Job Hunt

In the wake of the New Year it's natural to start considering your next career move, and start milling around sites looking for resume formats and cover letter tips. After the holidays, our lives slow down socially and we finally have time to reflect on our goals and start setting objectives for the next twelve months.

4 LinkedIn Updates You Need for 2016

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4 LinkedIn Updates You Need for 2016

You not only have an up-to-date profile, but you also have a stellar headline, plenty of endorsements, and a photo that manages to make you look both professional and approachable. So you're all set on that front, right?

10 Tips for Your New Year's Job Search

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10 Tips for Your New Year's Job Search

It's a new year - and lots of people are thinking that maybe this will be the Year of the New Job. If that describes you, then you'll want to start planning for your big exodus.

t's a new year - and lots of people are thinking that maybe 2011 will be The Year of the New Job. If that describes you, then you'll want to start planning for your big exodus.

5 Ways Job Hunting Has Changed

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5 Ways Job Hunting Has Changed

You can drive yourself crazy working on your resume to get it just right. But when do you know that it's ready to be posted online or sent with a job application?

About Purple Squirrels and Unicorns...

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About Purple Squirrels and Unicorns...

Recruiters have a name for those they consider the best candidates. They call them purple squirrels. Investors have a name for companies that rapidly become business success stories. They call them unicorns. Both creatures are rare and highly valued - and that's exactly how you want to be seen, as well.

Create a Cover Letter That 'Does You Proud'

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Create a Cover Letter That 'Does You Proud'

Rhonda sat down at her desk to draft a cover letter for a job she really wanted - director of a preschool. She had recently completed the training for Preschool Director Certification and had five years of experience working in two different schools as a teacher. Now she was eager to move into a position with more responsibility and opportunity.

Mistakes Candidates Make in Job Interviews

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Mistakes Candidates Make in Job Interviews

With all the training, coaching, and resources available for job seekers, hiring managers remain astounded by the missteps candidates make in interviews. When interviewing for a job or promotion, your goal as the candidate is to highlight your offer as a benefit for the company, show a direct correlation between your experience and the goals of the company, and demonstrate how your values align with the company's belief system.

Career Fitness: The Social Job Application

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Career Fitness: The Social Job Application

Ask a hundred job seekers what their single worst job search experience has been and ninety-nine will say "the application black hole." It happens to just about everyone and just about all the time: you send your resume to an employer for an advertised job opening and all you get back is a big fat nothing. It's frustrating and dispiriting and it's also avoidable ... if you use a technique I call the social job application.

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