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More and More Professionals are Wearing Ink

Tattoos used to be the mark of rebels and people living on the outskirts of society. Now, a significant number of employees and job applicants have tattoos and, increasingly, it is a matter that must be dealt with as part of the job application process.

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Posted in Interview, Personal Branding, Recruiting

Graduates: Beware of Fake Job Listings

Scambook warns graduates to be cautious of overly glowing job offers on popular employment websites such as CareerBuilder, LinkedIn and Craigslist.

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Posted in Interview, Organizations, Recruiting, Talent Management

50 and Forgotten: How To Find Your Next Job When No One Wants To Hire You by Tucker Mays and Bob Sloane

In order to overcome bias against older professionals, you need to follow a three-step plan. First, prepare counter-arguments against these objections. Second, leverage your age as an asset. Third, revise your job search tactics.

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Posted in Career Development, Demographics, Generations, Interview

Standing Out From the Crowd by Peggy McGee

When there are thousands of applicants for jobs posted online, it’s virtually impossible to get noticed. But there are proven strategies you can use to take control and land the job.

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Posted in Career Development, Interview, Latest News

How to Land the Candidate with Multiple Job Offers by Tracy A. Cashman

Talented candidates, especially those with coveted skill sets, are often able to pick and choose from multiple offers. Companies that don’t sell themselves effectively or have long, drawn-out processes will ultimately lose out.

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Posted in Interview, Latest News, Organizations, Recruiting, Talent Management

Rebounding from Job Loss by Charmon Parker Williams, Ph.D.

Reaching closure is essential when transitioning jobs, especially if the departure from a previous position was difficult. It helps tremendously to avoid playing the victim – though, let’s face it, many of us feel exactly like victims when we’ve lost our jobs.

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Posted in Career Development, Interview

Mastering the Interview & Getting the Income You Want by Charmon Parker Williams, Ph.D.

Interviewing is akin to marketing and is a blend of art and science. Potential buyers will be looking for what you can contribute, what you cost, and whether or not there is chemistry.

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Posted in Career Development, Finances, Interview, Latest News


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