How to Write a Cover Letter

How to Write a Cover Letter When starting to write any cover letter, it is always best to plan the content of your letter based on the requirements of the job you’re applying for (Glassdoor). The job or type of job for which you’re applying The other information that’s important to your situation ( example

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Resume Writing Help

On average, each corporate job offer attracts 250 resumes. Of those candidates, 4 to 6 will get called for an interview, and only one will get the job (Glassdoor). Unless you are applying for a top-level position, your resume should not be more than one page and should consist of a summary of your experience,

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Searching for a Job in a Tough Economy

Many people find themselves looking for a job during a slow economy. Maybe you have been laid off because of the economy slow down, or a college grad looking for a job. While it’s never easy looking for a job it is harder during a bad economy. Here are a few tips to help you

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How to prepare for a video interview

Technology has been changing the world and will continue to do so.  The way we job search, interview, get hired, and work has changed so much. Environmental changes and interruptions such as COVID-19 have also forced organizations to change their hiring practices.  One of the changes many companies are making is the in-person interviews. The

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Network When Job Hunting

Talk to the sources that might be able to help you throughout the job-hunting process. Contact your family, friends, past colleagues, previous boss(s), and anyone else who might help you get information and leads. They should know what type of job you are interested in and in what industry. Remember the only place that it

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Dressing for a Job Interview

We all make an impression of someone the first time we see them.  The first impression you make on your interviewer is critical. How you dress and introduce yourself is very important.  It does not take long for an interviewer to tell whether you are a good fit for the company or not.  So, dress

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Protect yourself when searching for a job online

By Royan Johnson Updated April 7, 2020 There was a time when searching for a job requires personal contact. One would go directly to a company and request a job application, complete the application, attached a resume, and hope to hear back from the organization.  Today’s job search is much easier you can post your

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Prepare for a Job Interview

It’s been said that it’s better to prepare for an opportunity and not getting it than it is to get an opportunity and is not prepared for it. The job interviewer is prepared for you so you should be prepared for them too.  Once you have set up the job interview use some time to get

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