Posts Tagged 'Job Search and Interview Tips'

7 Reasons Why You Should Consider a Job in the Hospitality Industry

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The hospitality industry is one of the fastest growing fields in the country. It’s estimated that the industry had a 17% growth rate between 2004 and 2014. This means that there is a lot of demand for employees now and in the future. To help you decide if a job in the hospitality industry ...

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How Not to Get a Job | 5 Word Phrases Which Will Likely Ruin Your Job Interview

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You create a killer resume, get a call for an interview, and spend days mentally preparing, so surely you will be a shoo-in for that job position you really want, right? Unfortunately, once candidates slip into the chair across from their potential employer for an interview, sometimes their nerves somehow manage to take a front ...

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Job Searching on Craigslist Compared to Using a Recruiting Agency to Find Work

 

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Pull up the ‘Help Wanted’ section on Craigslist, and as a job seeker, you may just think you have hit the jackpot. However, even though some of those jobs on Craigslist can look pretty inviting, this free classified site does come along with some pitfalls for those looking for work. As someone who is on the ...

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Leveraging LinkedIn

Leveraging LinkedIn

 

 

LinkedIn is a powerful way to leverage your network to help in your job search. For job-seekers, there are plenty of features and powerful tools available to help you make connections, research companies and find job postings. Here are some tips and tricks:

 

1. Rethink your headline

Recruiters who use LinkedIn to search for candidates and have to pore through hundreds ...

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Interview tips for Women over 45

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As today’s job hunters know, getting a face-to-face interview can sometimes feel like an accomplishment in itself. It probably means you’ve aced through numerous e-mail and phone screenings, and are in a terrific position to sell your skills and experience to a new employer.

 

But you’re not home free. Career experts say midlife job ...

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