Category: Career Advice

Make eye contact smile and say hello

Make Eye Contact, Smile, and Say Hello

Have you ever walked to a meeting or the restroom and passed a coworker who literally avoided eye contact? This is very common in today’s world of looking at cell phones and being passive to human interaction. But it still confuses me why this is the new norm.

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3 things Hiring Managers Expect When They Interview

3 Things Hiring Managers Expect When They Interview

No matter what role or industry you are in, all hiring managers have 3 minimum expectations. If you are well-prepared, these are very easy. However, many candidates fall short in these critical areas. You know what is on your resume and are able to talk about it If you put something on your resume, be […]

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What Recruiters Consider an “A+ Resume”

What Recruiters Consider an A+ Resume

Of course there are many ways in which you can write or tailor your resume to a certain audience; there is truly no right or wrong. However, there are some basic areas that recruiters notice, will look for, and be thankful to see on your resume. Some people will have opinions on what not to […]

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Making Time for Your Passion Outside of Work

Making Time for Your Passion Outside of Work

Regardless of the type of job that you have, a majority of us often spend more time in the office then we do in our own homes. There’s nothing wrong with being a hard worker and putting in some extra hours, but it’s important to know that you still need to make time outside of […]

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5 P's for Interview Success

The 5 P’s for Interview Success

You have probably read one of the many articles on how to have a good job interview experience. What should you do, and what should you NOT do? If you are on the candidate side of this interaction try following the 5 P’s for interview success.

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