Who Can I Use as a Job Reference?

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Excellent question. A job reference is not something to take lightly. It’s tempting to put your best friend since grade school on there because you know they’ll say glowing things. Or that best friend’s mom—you’ve always been her favorite. But chances are they won’t be able to say much that’s really useful for a hiring… Read more »

Four Reasons to Consider a Temp Seasonal Job

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A temporary seasonal job can prove to be a pretty solid opportunity for you. Many companies look to hire temporary workers because they can do so quickly, adjust their staff to fit changing demand, and give candidates a trial period while they decide whether to hire that person long-term. But without the guarantee of permanent… Read more »

Top Benefits of Call Center Jobs

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Many companies are expanding their call centers, which means they’re looking to hire and fill those types of roles. Though ‘call center agent’ might not sound too prestigious, it’s definitely a position worth considering. You might be receiving inbound calls, helping customers troubleshoot, answering questions, or handling complaints. Or you might be making outbound calls—calling… Read more »

6 Strategies for Starting 2019 Off Right

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The start of a new year is a great time to reflect on your career and plan your next move. It might seem like you’re a long way off from that cushy corner office or that management role you’ve been dreaming of, but the greatest success stories start with one single step. Begin today, knowing… Read more »

Community Resources for Finding a New Job

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Operating a job search can be a full-time job. There are tons of avenues and resources out there and you want to make sure you’re keeping all your options open and pursuing all opportunities, you’ve got to invest a lot of time. In addition to keeping your social media profiles up-to-date and getting your resume… Read more »

3 Reasons to Stay In Touch With Your Recruiter

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Recruiters pride themselves in being skilled at nurturing a deep network and maintaining solid relationships with talented and experienced professionals. Companies rely on them to find the most qualified candidates to fill their openings, so they look to touch base from time to time to see how you’re faring. They like to know how careers… Read more »

How to Add to Your Resume with Transferrable Skills

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interview or two. It needs to have your education and experience in addition to your achievements, resume summary, and key skills. And the skills might be the most important part because they can set you apart from the top candidates. Here’s how to add transferrable sills to you resume. 5 Tips For Your Resume 1…. Read more »

Telltale Signs You Got the Job

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You know that feeling—you bounce out of the interview room with confidence! You know it went well, though you can’t quite put your finger on why. You just feel good about the whole job interview and you’re pretty sure you got the job. Or that you at least impressed them. But there’s always that doubt… Read more »

Safety Short: How Can You Protect Your Back?

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Back problems are very real for millions of people. And when your back is injured, it affects everything you do, every little movement you make. Some can be very, very serious and require surgery and others can be fixed with ice and proper rest. But even if your job doesn’t require a lot of physical… Read more »