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Build a resume that works for you

Posted January 11, 2016 in Resume & Cover Letters
When applying for a job, whether it be an entry- or high-level position, your resume is what will ultimately determine whether you will be considered for an interview or not. Your resume shouldn’t just tell the employer who you are, but also why you are well suited for the position. If you’re applying to 10 positions, you need to have 10 versions of your resume
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Why Your First Job Should Be in Sales

Posted January 07, 2016 in Career Advice, Career Choices
When you’re young and looking to enter the workforce as a full-time employee for the first time, there are many avenues you can take. Many new applicants seeking employment in their field (related to their education, interests and skills) struggle to demonstrate that they have the experience and know-how to do the job right.
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CEUs: Ongoing Professional Development in Licensed Careers

Posted December 14, 2015 in Career Advice
The term “CEU” stands for “Continuing Education Unit” and is a unit of educational credit equal to ten hours of participation in a program designed for professionals with certificates or licenses to practice various professions. These are sometimes referred to as “CECs” as well – continuing education credits.
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Fastest Growing Occupations in the United States, Canada, and the UK

Posted December 14, 2015 in Career Choices
Recruiters will likely be hiring in the healthcare or retail and customer service industries in 2016. Based on hiring demand data from WANTED Analytics, these are the fastest growing occupational categories across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
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Debating Accepting A Job Offer

Posted November 27, 2015 in Career Choices
ou found a job opening of interest to you. You submitted your application and resume, earned an interview and maybe even a second. Your skills, confidence and prior preparation -- from studying CareerCast.com, no doubt -- impressed the interviewer so much that you have been offered the position. Congratulations! But... What if you are unsure that you want to accept?
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Warning signs that the job ad you’re reading is actually a scam

Posted November 25, 2015 in Job Hunting
There are some unscrupulous jerks out there who prey on people who need jobs. They post scam jobs online to try to swindle you out of your money, your time, or your personal information. Mostly these fraudulent job postings appear on the free classified sites where there is little review of the content and no way to verify its accuracy.
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