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Creating and Self-Marketing Yourself to Find a Job During Tough Times
A career brand is an image that portrays you as an expert in your field, attracts your ideal employer, and reveals how you can help their business. This article shows you how to promote your careerbrand effectively, to stand out among increasing competition in the workforce. More ...

Top 10 Job Strategies for Recent College Graduates
When the graduation celebrations have ended, many recent graduates must consider what they are going to do with their lives. Surprisingly, the majority of the graduating seniors did not have any idea of what they were going to do. More ...

The Telephone Interview - Ten Tips for Making a Good Impression
They liked the cover letter, they were impressed by your resume, but before you get that oh-so-coveted face-to-face meeting, you've still one more test to pass: the telephone interview. Telephone interviews present their own unique challenges. So before you begin, take note of these ten tips for making a great impression. More ...

Back on the Career Track: A Guide for Stay-at-Home Moms Who Want to Return to Work
This book offers a calm, practical strategy for breaking down and following through on the many tasks involved in going back to work. It contains helpful suggestions on how to jump start the process and lots of examples of women who have made successful transitions. More ...

Interview Tips for the Job Seeker
The first impression you get to make is with your resume, but what may put you over the top is the way in which you interview. I asked around, collecting some insight from people who have been on both sides of the interview process, and received the following collection of tips. More ...

Interviewing the Interviewer - Five Questions to Ask
Why would you interview the interviewer? You need to know if the job is a good fit for your skills, talents and work style. Now is the time to ask questions, and find the answers you seek! More ...

The Behavioral Interview - What You Can Expect
The Behavioral Interview is increasingly used by companies for employment selection. The Behavioral Interview can be intimidating for the job candidate. Prepare for the interview beforehand by thinking about examples of competencies that the position may require. More ...

Job Hunting After 50
Among the long-term unemployed are many people over the age of 50. Older adults face unique challenges when seeking employment. Following are highlights to help jumpstart your job search as a mature worker. More ...

Getting from College to Career - 90 Things to Do Before You Join the Real World
Every page of this book provides a way for you to move forward, no matter where you are in the career planning process. The book includes convenient checkboxes to mark once each task is accomplished. This book gives you the essential information and guidance you need to get your foot in the door of the real world. Don't start your first job search without it! More ...

Jobs for Ex-Felons
If you're an ex-felon, forget finding a job. I recommend - don't even try. That's right, don't even try to find a job. There are many low-cost and no-cost businesses you can start. In this article, I'm going to present you with a few business ideas. More ...

What to Do After Job Termination
Dealing with a job termination doesn't have to be your fault; you may have exhibited a personality clash with your supervisor or manager. Sometimes, you simply made a mistake that was large enough to cause the termination. Whatever the act or circumstances, there are plenty of things to consider once you lose your job. More ...

Job Finding Tips
Finding a job is hard. It takes persistence, confidence and preparation. That being said, there are things one can do to make the transition from unemployed to office superstar faster and less frustrating. The number one thing that alleviates job-finding anxiety is preparation. More ...

Six Questions You Must Be Prepared to Answer During Your Next Job Interview
Do your homework and be well prepared for your next interview. If you can answer these six questions easily, you're on your way to landing your dream job! If you're interested in acing your next interview, read on. More ...

The Day I Broke Wind in My Interview and Still Got the Job
I received an invitation to Interview as a Project Manager. At the interview I was greeted by three well dressed company employees. While sitting down I passed wind. I watched the expressions on the faces of the panel as they caught a whiff of my pungent gas. More ...

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