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Balancing Being Confident and Being Humble

Tweet Job seekers are often given two pieces of potentially conflicting advice: Be humble Sell yourself The two seem contradictory. Is there a way to do both? The answer is yes, but it takes great communication skills, self awareness, and practice. First understand the reasons behind each piece of advice.

Are You Getting Bad Advice About Your Job Search?

Tweet There is an overwhelming amount of job search advice on the web.  That advice can range from excellent to flat out bad. Case in point: A recent blog recommended this method for finding a job fast: Go on job boards and locate openings that match your passion. Send your resume to 10-20 employers a [...]

Job Search Secrets from a Google Recruiter

Tweet Google regularly tops the list of the top companies to work for and the most admired companies. They are also known for attracting and selecting top talent and a work environment that empowers employees to pursue their passion. In a recent CBS Money Watch article, Robert Pagliarini interviewed a recruiting expert at Google, Bryan [...]

Video Friday: Preparing for a Phone Interview

Being prepared for your interviews can help you present yourself confidently and make the best impression. Watch this video and learn how to be best prepared for your phone interviews.

Beating Unemployment Stats with Techniques that Work

Tweet The monthly release of unemployment figures leaves some job seekers feeling the blues. One approach to digesting these job figures is to not get caught up in the up-and-downs and focus instead on what is working. Every day people are getting hired and starting new jobs. For the job seeker the question becomes, “How [...]

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