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Job Searching: Most Adults Interested in Changing Careers

July 17, 2013

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Tweet Changing careers may not be as unpopular as we might think. A recent study by the University of Phoenix suggests that a significant number of people are not happy in their current jobs. This means that there are more people out there who would like to be job searching for new jobs but are […]

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Smart Phone Applications to Help with Your Career Search

June 20, 2013

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Tweet We spend a lot of time on our Smart Phones these days; some of that time can be used to help with your career search. There are applications that can help with networking, resumes, and job searching itself. LunchMeet This application was developed using as LinkedIn as a basis and can facilitate networking for […]

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Tired of Typical Job Searching? Visit Your Muse

June 19, 2013

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Tweet Most job searching websites have the same basic set up – job postings that you can apply to and some articles aimed to help you in your job search. For a little different flavor in your job search, you can try a newer website called The Muse. This website notes that it acts as […]

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Another Aspect of Job Searching: Do You have an Elevator Pitch?

May 21, 2013

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Tweet If you had only 30 seconds to sell yourself to a potential employer, could you do it? Well, you should be able to because you may find yourself face-to-face with the hiring manager of a company that you are interested in. If you can’t convince him or her of your worth in 30 seconds, […]

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The Right Job Search Strategies for a Challenging Market

July 10, 2012

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Tweet No one denies that this is the most challenging job market in decades. Every open job seems to attract hundreds of qualified applicants. But job seekers do have some good news: The right job search strategies can still boost their chances of landing a job, even in this difficult hiring environment. Job seekers today […]

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Want Some Job Search Advice? Don’t Doctor Your Resume

May 21, 2012

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Tweet A career search is far from an easy task today. Even though the national unemployment rate fell to 8.1 percent in April, the lowest it’s been since January of 2009, there are still far too many people out of work. And many of these people are aiming for the same jobs that interest you. […]

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What Online Sites Can Help Me Find a Job?

March 14, 2012

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Tweet You scour the Internet every day to find new job openings. By now, though, you’re frustrated. Your efforts to find a job through any online employment website aren’t paying off. You’re still out of work. And you’re now wondering, “What online sites can help me find a job?” The answer? All of them can. […]

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LinkedIn.com Jobs Can Give You the Advantage – Start Following Companies There Now

March 8, 2012

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Tweet In today’s tough job market, you need to take advantage of every opportunity that you can to find a new job. Doing so can increase your odds of landing linkedin.com jobs and ending your job searching days. To cut down on the length of your job search, consider following companies on the social media […]

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Take the Right Job Search Advice to Find Not Just a Job, But a Career

February 27, 2012

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Tweet The Sioux City Journal newspaper got it right: It interviewed Iowa residents who said that finding a job wasn’t their problem. Finding a good job, though? That was a more difficult task. And if you find yourself in the same situation – you can find a job but what you really want is a […]

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Conduct a Multi-faceted LinkedIn Job Search

January 1, 2012

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Tweet No one enjoys job searching. It’s truly a drag. But by conducting a LinkedIn job search, out of work employees can make the job search process move at least a little faster. LinkedIn is a site that job hunters conducting an executive job search should not ignore. In fact, hiring managers say that they […]

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