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8 Things NOT to Do to Make a Good Impression at Work!

Avoid these behaviors if you want to get ahead! November 20, 2013 – San Francisco, CA – Don’t underestimate the importance of a first impression. You want to start off on the right foot so your colleagues will like and respect you. So, what shouldn’t you do at work? 1. Don’t emulate your worst-dressed colleague [...]

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Why December Is Prime Time For Your Job Search!

November 20, 2013 – San Francisco – You think the holidays are a great time to kick back and take a break from your job search. “No one is hiring now, anyway.” Think again! Year after year, research shows December can be a great month for landing opportunities, so it is a big mistake to [...]

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First Impressions Are Everything: How To Succeed In Your Job Interview

November 10, 2013 – San Francisco, CA – While you’re getting ready for your interview, think about this: 33 percent of 2,000 hiring managers surveyed by Career Geek said they knew within the first 90 seconds of a job interview whether they would hire the person or not. This means you have about the time [...]

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5 Keys To Writing A Resume An Employer Will Actually Want To Read!

November 10, 2013 – San Francisco, CA – I’m not sure who thought it was a great idea to tell job seekers that replicating a career summary or objective statement from a resume sample they saw on the Internet on their resume was a sound job searching practice. But whoever did that should be banned [...]

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10 Things to Never Put on Your Resume

  June 26, 2013 – San Francisco, CA – For job seekers, the resume may be the most important document they need. After all, what’s on that simple piece of paper can mean the difference between landing an interview and landing in the circular file. While most job seekers concentrate on what theyshould include on [...]

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