This Is How You Sell Yourself During A Job Interview!

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A job interview is about selling yourself to the hiring manager. This means not just talking about yourself, but talking about yourself in a way that demonstrates why the company should hire you. It’s about showing your strengths without losing your humility, and knowing what to highlight and where to end your answers. Here are four points that will help you showcase your strengths during an interview without sounding like you are all about yourself: Continue reading “This Is How You Sell Yourself During A Job Interview!”

These Four Tips Will Help You Get Your Friend a Job

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Referring a friend to a new job may sound easy enough, but some referrals are more effective than others. Sure, you could just forward a resume and maybe include a nice note endorsing your friend, but what else can you do to give your friend the best shot at getting the job? These four steps will help you to help your friend, and if you’re looking for work yourself, consider forwarding this to friends who want to help you! Continue reading “These Four Tips Will Help You Get Your Friend a Job”

Battle the Bot: How to get Your Resume Read by a Real Human Being

Did you know that nearly 75% of resumes are never seen by human eyes? An increasing number of companies are adding an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) each year, as it can sort through hundreds (if not thousands) of resumes in the time it takes a hiring manager to get through a handful. The good news is that it’s fairly easy to get through the system and have your resume seen by an actual human being, as long as you follow these four tips: Continue reading “Battle the Bot: How to get Your Resume Read by a Real Human Being”

To Drop Or Not To Drop: Will a Low GPA Ruin Your Job Prospects?

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Tell me if you’ve heard this one before: you start the semester with a packed schedule, get a few subpar grades in one of the classes and then wonder as the last day to drop approaches whether it’s worth it to tough it out and try for a C or cut your losses and drop it. Just what will that C do to your future job prospects? Here are some things to consider when it comes to making this decision. Continue reading “To Drop Or Not To Drop: Will a Low GPA Ruin Your Job Prospects?”

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