Posts filed under: Career Advice

Whether you’re searching for your first full time role, or making a big career move,  the job search can wear you down. It’s easy to get discouraged when you don’t hear back from a company or get a rejection email....
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You already know how important it is to prepare for a job interview. When the big day comes, you’ve probably done your research about the company, prepared the right questions and printed copies of your resume (you followed this checklist, after...
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We’ve touched on the importance of creating a personal brand when it comes to your career, but today we’re digging a little deeper into the how. When you create a personal brand and present yourself in a way that clearly...
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Despite checklists, recruiter suggestions and urges from employment experts, the cover letter is one of the most overlooked elements of a job search. It’s an awesome opportunity to give a company a glimpse into your personality and explain what you...
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Whether you’re trying to figure out if you should look for a new, quit your current one, or are deciding between multiple offers, big decisions are rarely easy. In many instances, this choice could have a serious impact on your...
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So you’re looking for your first job. How exciting! Whether you’ve been searching for a few months or are just getting started with the process, this is a great opportunity to figure out exactly what you’re looking for in terms...
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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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There’s no doubt about it: productivity is crucial for a successful job search. With so many things to do (often on top of maintaining a current job), it’s important to stay on track and be as productive as possible. We...
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