March 2012

How to Stay Motivated While Job Searching

by HR Team March 21, 2012

Looking for a new job is not only tough, it can be mentally and physically draining, too. And if your job search extends over a longer period of time, you may find yourself even more run down by the process. It’s just as important to stay motivated and focused while looking for a job as […]

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How Job Seekers Use Social Media

by HR Team March 15, 2012

Whether you’re a recent grad who’s new to the job market, currently employed and looking for a new opportunity or out of work and on the hunt for your next job, you’re probably using social media to help with your job search. There are a number of reasons why social media sites have become effective […]

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15 Must-Search Twitter Hashtags for Job Seekers

by HR Team March 8, 2012

When it comes to searching for a new job, social networking sites can be incredibly powerful tools—and Twitter is no exception. A large part of Twitter’s effectiveness results from searching and tracking hashtags, an especially smart move if you’re on the lookout for a new career opportunity. Hashtags 101: What Are They? Hashtags are, quite […]

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5 LinkedIn Tips For Recent Grads

by HR Team March 6, 2012

LinkedIn is a powerful professional networking tool for people of any age, but it’s especially critical for recent college graduates who are building their networks and seeking job opportunities. At 150 million members and growing, LinkedIn gives users access to a huge network of professional opportunities, connections and job-related resources. Yet in order to truly […]

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The Three True Job Interview Questions, According to Executives

by HR Team March 1, 2012

Part of the pre-job interview anxiety you may feel is that you’re not sure what you’ll be asked. Will the recruiter stick to run-of-the-mill questions? Or will the discussion take a more unconventional approach? Although it’s impossible to predict what you’ll be asked during an interview, you can still be prepared. And that includes thinking […]

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