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Category Archives: Job Search Techniques

One of the top advices in job hunting is to have your resume tailored for the position you are applying. It has been said one too many times, but how do we really execute it? How many changes do you need to make? What content should you be focusing on? This may sound like a […]

You are incredibly qualified for the position you are applying and you’ve followed all the advices you have read on the Internet about resume writing – formatting and quantified bullet points. You’re confident that nothing could go wrong. But before you rush in sending out your resume, a quick review wouldn’t hurt. Let’s go through […]

Resume Writing Tips That Will Put You Ahead of the Competition When was the last time you updated your resume? Whether you are projecting your career path, advancing your career or making a career change, your resume is your primary ticket to set a skyrocketing career. As a professional, you need to turn up with […]

If your resume and cover letter have been impressive enough to get you an interview, the job could be yours – provided you perform well in the interview. Even the most seasoned professional can get flustered and spoil their chances, so with a little preparation, you can avoid falling foul of these common interview blunders. […]

Relocating to a new state can be attributed to several factors such as purchasing a new house, attending to old family members or seeking for greener pastures. Regardless of the reason, the next big question is when to start looking for a job when you are relocating. The first thing you need to do is […]

Hiring managers and recruiters can receive hundreds – or even thousands – of applications for each open job. Typically, they can spend only a few seconds scanning a candidate’s cover letter before moving on to somebody else’s. So if you’re looking for a job, your cover letter has to capture a reader’s attention right away. […]

You’ve read it right. Yes, the famous social networking site Twitter is here to help you search for your dream job. One inspiring story about this twitter-as-a-tool-for-job-searching is by Kyle Flaherty. Kyle Flaherty has left a marketing position in Boston because of his determination of finding an in-house public-relations job. He tweeted (through the social […]