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Job Seeker Weekly

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The 2 Questions You Should Ask in an Interview

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The 2 Questions You Should Ask in an Interview

The old axiom remains as true today as it was years ago. People join companies, and they leave supervisors. In other words, no matter how attractive a new job or employer might be, if you and your new boss are incompatible, you're unlikely to be successful ... or last very long on-the-job.

Write a CAN DO Cover Letter!

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Write a CAN DO Cover Letter!

A business card is still a great way to exchange contact information with someone you meet in order to schedule a professional meeting or a casual get-together. A job search cover letter is a bit like that. It's a kind of handshake - via mail or email - creating the hiring manager's first impression of you.

10 Ways to Speed Up Your Job Search

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10 Ways to Speed Up Your Job Search

Want to land a new gig in 2015? Then you'd better launch a personal marketing campaign, says career coach Caroline Ceniza-Levine.

5 Cover Letter Phrases To Avoid

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5 Cover Letter Phrases To Avoid

When you start your job search it can be very easy to focus most of your attention on your resume - it's important to make sure your resume is up to scratch, but don't let this get in the way of creating a stand-out cover letter. You have to remember that the cover letter will be the first thing that your recruiter or potential employer will see, so use it to make a great first impression.

'Tighten Up' Your Resume Cover Letter

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'Tighten Up' Your Resume Cover Letter

Of the many thousands of job search cover letters that cross the desks of hiring managers each month, hundreds are sent directly to the gallows! They're tossed, forgotten, and shredded. What a sad state of affairs and such a waste of paper, print, and personality. Many receive barely a glance, let alone a full reading. Why?

A Multitude of Hope

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A Multitude of Hope

Today's job market can be a cold and indifferent place. It feels as if it's operated by uncaring organizations that treat job seekers as second class citizens. The situation is frustrating and disrespectful and calls out for change.

The Job Interview: A New Look For the New Year

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The Job Interview: A New Look For the New Year

It's that time of year again - the opportunity to start fresh as you plan for the job interview that's coming your way in 2015.

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