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The Do's and Don'ts of Job Searching While Employed

The Do's and Don'ts of Job Searching While Employed

The best practices for finding a new job without losing your current one

Few people leave an old job voluntarily before finding a new one. Here are some do’s and don’ts for finding one when you still are at your current gig. Read More »

10 Job Search Tips For New Grads

10 Job Search Tips For New Grads

These 10 tips can help prepare new job seekers for success

The average starting salary for a bachelor's degree holder is expected to be $45,473. Read More »

Catapult Your Career With 'Social Currency'

Catapult Your Career With 'Social Currency'

What Jim Carrey Can Teach You About Career Success

Want to catapult your career? Use social currency to network your way to the top. Tools like LinkedIn and Mingle can help you expand you career friends. Read More »

Asking Family and Friends for Career Help: 5 Ways to Get Over Fear of Rejection

Asking Family and Friends for Career Help: 5 Ways to Get Over Fear of Rejection

It's time you toughen up a bit and go for it!

Here's a plan to get yourself psyched to ask for help and follow up without becoming a pest. Read More »

How a Stay-at-Home Mom Can Get Back to Work

How a Stay-at-Home Mom Can Get Back to Work

Our three-minute career makeover

How a stay-at-home mom, indeed anyone who's been out of the workforce, can increase their chances of landing a job. Read More »

Connect with Alumni to Create Your First Professional Network

Connect with Alumni to Create Your First Professional Network

Do whatever you can to keep in touch with classmates

You never know where your classmates will go from here and how you may be able to help each other in the future. Read More »

Top 5 Most Common Errors On LinkedIn That Make You Look Bad

Top 5 Most Common Errors On LinkedIn That Make You Look Bad

Why A Crummy Profile Hurts Your Professional Credibility

5 mistakes you shouldn't make on a LinkedIn profile. Your career identity can suffer. No matter how successful you are, a strong online presence is key. Read More »

8 Ways to Confront Long-Term Unemployment

8 Ways to Confront Long-Term Unemployment

It could be time to change your job-hunting strategy

A number of key things were identified as helping the long-term unemployed, or those who have been out of work for more than six months. Read More »

Employers: GPA Not the Most Important Thing for Job Seekers

Employers: GPA Not the Most Important Thing for Job Seekers

A new survey also shows U.S. companies aren't so interested in liberal arts majors.

Companies are saying that "cultural fit" carries the most weight when considering an applicant, while grade-point average matters least. Read More »

YOU Are Your Own Best Recruiter

YOU Are Your Own Best Recruiter

How I moved to another state and got my job at Deluxe

How an earned media specialist made the move from a NYC advertising agency to a small business check specialist in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. Read More »

The Weekly Roundup: Network Like a Pro, Part 2

The Weekly Roundup: Network Like a Pro, Part 2

Connections can make or break your career

Connections are crucial to career success. Experts show you how to establish and expand your circle through powerful networking skills. Read More »

The Weekly Roundup: Networking Like a Pro

The Weekly Roundup: Networking Like a Pro

Making connections starts with hello

Relationships are critical for a successful job search. Here are five ways to meet new people and grow your network through authentic connection. Read More »

9 Twitter Hashtags Job Seekers Must Follow

9 Twitter Hashtags Job Seekers Must Follow

Harness Twitter's power as a networking and job search tool

You can find a treasure trove of job listings on Twitter -- if you know how to look. Read More »

3 Years and Counting: How Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA Inc. Job Search Support and Networking Group Came To Be

3 Years and Counting: How Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA Inc. Job Search Support and Networking Group Came To Be

Leaning on and learning from others in the job market

The founder of Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA tells how the job search support and networking group has grown. He is seeking new volunteers. Read More »

Apps to Supercharge Your Job Search

Apps to Supercharge Your Job Search

Conduct an expert job search from your smartphone

The tools you will need to make your job search mobile. Get organized, create content, network and more all from your smartphone. Read More »

11 Untapped Places To Network

11 Untapped Places To Network

Always talk to people you don't think can help you

Networking opportunities are everywhere you go if you're open to them. Read More »

Networking! (How To Just Go Up To Someone and Say You're Awesome)

Networking! (How To Just Go Up To Someone and Say You're Awesome)

Will rely on Ina Garten's secret tip to schmooze through Chicago

Networking is not everyone's cup of tea and even a former national journalist gets uncomfortable. A speaking gig at Chicago Ideas Week offers a chance to grow. Read More »

Why 'Selling Yourself' To An Employer Is A Misguided Notion

Why 'Selling Yourself' To An Employer Is A Misguided Notion

The concept of "selling yourself" to get a job may be unethical. Read More »

Is It Time To Jump Start Your Job Search?

Is It Time To Jump Start Your Job Search?

Jump on these job search trends and increase your chances of landing a position. Read More »

Forgotten Someone's Name? 6 Ways To Fake It

How to get through that awkward social situation seamlessly. Read More »

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