Posts filed under: Networking

  • Rake - Job Search Mistakes
When we’re in the middle of a job search, we tend to pay meticulous attention to all of our decisions and actions. Should we email or call the hiring manager? How long do we wait to send a thank you...
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  • Rake - Twitter for job search
We all know to turn to LinkedIn or websites like Indeed and Monster when we’re searching for a job, but many of us tend to overlook some other useful platforms that can actually provide us with extremely useful information and...
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  • Rake - Networking Tips for People who Hate Networking
Whether you’re a self-proclaimed introvert or simply shy, networking just might not be your thing. While it’s okay not to love every second of your job search or professional advancement, it is important to network, whether you like it or...
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  • Rake - 6 Steps to Reaching Your Career Goals This Year
The beginning of the year is an exciting time. It’s an opportunity to reflect on the previous year (the good, the bad and what we learned), plus a chance to set personal and professional goals for the future. The process...
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Building relationships is very important in the professional world. Whether you attend networking events or seek out a mentor, connecting with others is useful not alone during your job search, but for your career in general. But if you’re still...
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Are you someone who loves networking? Or do you find it terrifying? Regardless of your feelings toward mingling with total strangers, it’s often a necessary part of finding a great job. Here are a few tactics you can employ to...
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The word mentor, as a noun, is defined as an experienced and trusted adviser. As a verb, it means to advise or train (someone, typically a younger colleague). A mentor invests time and energy in the growth and development of...
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