Networking For The Naturally Introverted

Michael Jordan, Queen Elizabeth II, Warren Buffet, Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Steven Spielberg, Mother Teresa, and Mohandas Gandhi all have something in common and it’s not just fame. Along with 30% of the population and 60% of gifted people, they’re all introverts. Are you? The terms “extrovert and introvert” were

Your Online Reputation: How it Effects Your Job Search

If you are seeking a new job, you will almost certainlty be Googled by the hiring manager. The latest survey said that 81% of employers WILL Google candidates. Online reputation management is a critical piece of your online job search. That’s just the way it is. Quick story, when I

5 Things You Can Do to Set Your Resume Apart

In today’s hyper-competitive job market, you need to do everything possible to make your resume and cover letter package stand out from the other applicants. Use these strategies to maximize the chance for your resume to get the result you want–a face-to-face interview. One of the most powerful items you

Here Is A List of the Top 10 Career Search Websites

One of the most common ways today’s job seekers uncover employment opportunities is by using online sources. There are hundreds of job boards, both generic and niche, as well as aggregators, social media channels, networking groups and staffing company websites to choose from. The good news is they provide plenty

Confessions of an Executive Recruiter

After three years of economic aches and pains, the employment outlook by companies in the United States has improved to a 12-year high, according to a recent survey by the National Association for Business Economics. If you are an executive or mid-level professional who is looking, or plans to look,

Cover letter recommendations for college students

Whether submitting your cover letter and resume for a job or applying for something else, such as graduate school, it’s important for college students to word their cover letters in ways that make it easy for the recipient to read, makes sense, and conveys what it is that needs to

What NOT to Include on Your Resume

Generally people think about their resume and feel that as much information as possible should be included. While this may be your first instinct, it is probably not what you should do or you could be ruining your chances of landing an interview, never mind a job. Since it is

49 Powerful Resume Words You Can Use to Describe Your Personality

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How to Create The Perfect Cover Letter

Every time you send out a résumé, you’ll need to have a great cover letter to send along with it. It’s a good idea to customize your cover letter for each job you’re applying for. The cover letter is another way of introducing yourself to a potential employer. What it

The Best Questions to Ask During The Interview

You probably already know that an interview isn’t just a chance for a hiring manager to grill you—it’s your opportunity to sniff out whether a job is the right fit for you. Which means: It’s important to go in with some questions. What do you want to know about the