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  • 5 Ways to Prepare for a Job Interview

    When you head in to meet for a job interview, you want to make the best possible impression. But beyond coming your hair and putting on a clean shirt, what can you really do to make sure that the interview goes...

  • The Most Revealing Job Interview Questions

    If you are someone who has the responsibility of conducting job interviews, this is the perfect article for you. That's because the purpose of it is to equip you with the kinds of questions that can reveal the most when it comes to discerning who would be the best fit for your company. The...

  • Ways to Increase Your Chances of Getting a Job Fresh Out of College

    It's not as hard as it might seem to set yourself up as a prime candidate for employment before you even put on the old cap and gown. Plenty of college graduates (and students nearing graduation) worry needlessly about their post-college career, seeing a vast expanse stretching out before them...

  • Top 5 Resume Tips for Recent College Graduates

    Your cap and gown are packed away in the closet, your new diploma is framed and placed conspicuously on the wall, and now it's time to nail down the job of your dreams. Of course, this is a tough time to be entering the workforce. Jobs are scarce, hiring managers are risk averse, and there are...

  • How to get yourself to the top of the list on your next job search

    If it’s time find a new job, the age of the internet has made it a lot easier.  But that doesn’t mean you can just jump into your job search without laying the proper foundation.

    First, even before you update your resume, do a self-audit.  Here’s where you will list all the plusses...

  • Finding a Job through Legal Recruitment

    If you're interested in finding a job in the legal world, but you don't want to be a lawyer legal recruitment may be a good pathway.

    Legal staff are needed in finance departments, IT, administrative support, and paralegal...

  • 5 Tips to Spring Clean your Resume

    Career Coach and Author Ford R. Myers Offers Five Simple Ideas to Develop Attention-Getting Resumes

    Haverford, PA  (March 1, 2011) - If you find that your resume isn't getting the results you want, spring is the perfect time to clean it up.  

    Ford R. Myers, Career Coach,...

  • Looking for a Job? How to Make Your Résumé Stand Out

    Now isn’t exactly the ideal time to be hunting for a job.  With the country sunk in a recession, layoffs ongoing, and more college grads than ever vying for positions, you may have a hard time getting an interview, much less an offer of work. Although your résumé might be outstanding (solid...

  • How do you ask People in your Network for help with a job?

    You must ask a specific person for specific help, in as specific a manner as possible. Examples of how to be specific:

    "You in the green shirt, call 911 and let them know there's a woman with an accident at 5th and Main"

    "Jason, please help me by donating $15 to my marathon...

  • Laid-off? Now What? 5 Steps to Moving Forward

    There is no stigma or shame associated with your layoff. It happens, and now it's time to look for a new job, either as a permanent employee, a contract employee, consultant or independent contractor. Perhaps your efforts will turn into a full-fledged new business. The main thing for you now...

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