If you’re a new or recent grad, the lack of experience can be a job search blocker. It can become a major point of frustration (and annoyance) as you attempt to launch your career. However, I’ve seen numerous success stories with clients who have overcome this dilemma, and I want to share some strategies about how you can do that, too.Continue Reading →
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Cover letters give you a chance to show your quality to a prospective employer, so make sure you’re not writing ones that won’t get read. Check out these 5 ways to make your cover letter better.Continue Reading →
There’s no excuse for not showing up prepared to talk about the organization you’re interviewing with, so here are 5 interview research techniques that get you offers!Continue Reading →
When you have a targeted job-search strategy, you are far less likely to fall down and cry in frustration “the job search is so difficult, that you never hear back, and that the job market is terrible.”Continue Reading →
There’s no doubt the interview process is wholly imperfect, and subjective. Your job is to do everything you can to increase the odds in your favor. Follow these tips to do everything you can to position yourself as the most qualified candidate – and get the offer.Continue Reading →
Do you have a low GPA? Don’t let it mess up your job search, use these 11 tips instead!Continue Reading →