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7 Ways to Secure a Job in a Recessionary Marketplace

Author: RL Stevens
Though recent labor statistics about the country's unemployment are frightening, they are potentially great news for the job searcher who can courageously tunnel deeply where competitors fear to tread. If you're currently unemployed, a solution to the unemployment blues is to run a job search differently from other job seekers. Go toward the challenge instead of running away.

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How to Prepare for a Job Interview

Author: Robt Barlow

Whether it is your first job after graduation or a well-considered career move, you always need to be well prepared for the interview. Ensure that your resume is well written. To stand out from the crowd, a professionally written resume is a wise investment. A well-written resume and cover letter will ensure that you are called for a job interview.

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How To Display Confidence in Interviews

Author: Nikki

By being aware of your own and the interviewer’s body language you will find the essential ingredients to projecting confidence. Here are some simple ways to ensure that you are sending the right message with your interview body language.

Don’t Forget to Smile

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Free Resume Writing Examples and Samples

Author: Allan Tan

In this exercise, we are going to go through step-by-step instructions on how to create a resume. At the end of the post, you will find sample resumes available for download.

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Get Your Resume On Google. SEO Your Search

Author: Brad Remillard

Leveraging the social networks is a great search strategy tactic. Facebook and LinkedIn are both vital to one’s ability to be found by recruiters, HR, hiring managers, PE firms, or for that matter anyone looking to find you, or someone with your experiences. However, a big one that is often overlooked by many candidates is Google.

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A Critical Interviewing Mistake!

Author: Brad Remillard

Candidates more often that not miss one of the best opportunities during the interview to shine, to differentiate themselves, and demonstrate their ability to do the job. What a great opportunity missed!!

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Job Search Stalled? Do What the Pros Do

Author: Brad Remillard

I was reading a golf magazine recently and a particular article caught my attention. It was about what one of the top pros on the PGA tour does when he gets stalled or in a slump. He simply goes back to basics. He goes back to when he first started playing golf to review if one of the 4 basics of golf have changed. He indicated most of the time this fixes the problem.

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Are You Creating the Right Conditions for Success In Your Jobsearch?

Author: Lorna Gill

In order to be successful, any business or organisation must be well structured and mechanical to ensure targets are achieved and growth continues. Business relies on assessment of past trends and making accurate forecasts for the future in order to guarantee security.

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Unemployed or Employed: Are You Prepared for the New Workplace?

Author: Roger M. Ingbretsen

The “knowledge age” and the new workplace demands the following; creative skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills, strong interpersonal skills, computer skills, and the ability to quickly react and adapt to change. These skills have not been embedded in our current education system. The American education system is still finding it hard to make the change from the “industrial age” to the “knowledge age.” Our education system is preparing students for a work culture that no longer exists. Very few low skills, non-thinking jobs are out there.

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Network It!

Author: Kellie

The clichéd phrase ‘It’s not what you know, it’s WHO you know’ is as old and overused as the day is long. But it’s clichéd for a reason. No man is an island, to coin another oft used maxim, and whatever our experience or skill set, we need others to help us along the way.

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