Are You Laying the Groundwork for Your Long-Term Career Path?

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You may love your job now, but is it laying the groundwork for where you want to be in your career decades from now? While you continue to hone your craft at your current position, you can always take steps that will help you get ready for your next step, whenever it may be. Because today is the right time to start thinking about tomorrow, here are some tips to help you prepare yourself:

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The Right Way to Apply to Companies that Don’t Post Job Ads

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Only 15% of open positions are posted on job boards, so an effective job search strategy will require you to contact companies who don’t have ads posted. Your time is valuable though, and many of these companies are not just sitting around waiting for your call. This means you need a very specific strategy to determine which companies to contact and how best to reach out.

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How, and When, to Promote the Company You Work for on Social Media

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To share, or not to share, that is the question. Your employer may ask you to like and share their social media content. You want to be a team player, but how do you make sure that you don’t drive your friends away by filling your feed with work-related content? After all, how will people see your darling baby or pet photos if your feed is clogged with content from your company? Here are a few items to consider that will help you strike a balance and keep your feed personal, while also making sure you help out your company by sharing their content:

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Working With a Recruiter? These Four Things Will Help You Get Your Next Job

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Working with a recruiter is part of a smart job search strategy that gives you access to new opportunities and expert advice. Plus, in the case of AppleOne, it’s all free. Working with a recruiter does not mean you can put your search on cruise control though. There are some things you need to do to get the most from your relationship.

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