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Improving Your LinkedIn.com Jobs Search: LinkedIn Groups

May 3, 2013

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Tweet Joining LinkedIn groups can be very helpful when you use LinkedIn. There are hundreds to pick from and they cover a range of interests and professional groups. But once you join a group, what should you do to get the most out of your membership? What steps do you need to take to incorporate […]

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Prepare for Your Job Interview if You Need Help Finding a Job

April 26, 2013

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Tweet You have made it through the mound of applications and multiple phone screening interviews to the actual physical in-person interview. First, congratulations! But your work is not done – you need to close the deal by preparing for your interview. Taking a few things into consideration before your interview is important especially if you […]

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Help Me Find a Job the Old-Fashioned Way

April 23, 2013

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Tweet If you have been connected to your computer every day while looking for a job, you may spend hours staring at your computer screen with minimal success. Need a break from the Internet job search? You can still search for a job the old-fashioned way – by getting out there and meeting people face-to-face. […]

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Job Search Advice on How to Take Your Search Offline

April 16, 2013

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Tweet Is your job search mostly conducted online? A recent study found that job seekers of all ages are spending all of their time online while looking for a job which is not the best use of your job search time. Here is some job search advice to help you take your search offline; hopefully […]

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Some Advice to Ignore about Your Social Media Job Search

April 10, 2013

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Tweet Using social media appropriately can make or break your job search. Social media can be very time-consuming so you want to make sure you are doing things that are efficient and avoiding efforts that may not be helpful over the long run. Here is some advice that you may get to that you should […]

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Knowing Where to Search for Jobs: Look for the Hot Industries

April 5, 2013

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Tweet Looking for a job can be a frustrating experience. Using some strategy can help you make your search more fruitful and successful. One strategy is to try to figure out where to search for jobs – this does not always mean specific cities or states. Instead, it means figuring out which industries are hiring […]

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Where to Search for Jobs: The Best Cities for Jobs This Spring

April 4, 2013

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Tweet Spring is coming and it feels like there may be some reason for optimism on the jobs front. In February, the US economy added over 200,000 jobs leading to an unemployment rate of 7.7%. The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey confirms the optimism. With all of the potential positions out there, if you want to […]

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Help Me Find a Job: Should You Take a Job Overseas?

March 27, 2013

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Tweet Over the past few months, you have asked everyone you know to “help me find a job.” You had been looking for a job for a long time and have finally gotten an offer for a position overseas. It appears to be an interesting and exciting opportunity but you are not sure if you […]

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Help Me Get a Job: What Are Some Core Career Competencies for the 21st Century?

March 25, 2013

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Tweet A number of people are looking for a job now and most people who are employed today will be looking for a new job at some point in the future. It is important for all of these people to consider the career competencies that might be needed to get jobs in this century. Your […]

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Where to Search for Jobs: New Careers After 50

March 8, 2013

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Tweet Looking for a job after the age of 50 means that you might be different than it was when you were younger. This might be a second career or you might want to work fewer hours or at a career that is less stressful than your previous one. But while age discrimination may be […]

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