Are You Making the Most of Your Job References?

This guest post is by Jeff Shane of AllisonTaylor, which specializes in checking references for corporations and individuals. As the 2013 begins, many people have kicked off the year with the resolution to change or improve their employment status. It’s not surprising; according to polls, one of the top 10 most popular New Year’s resolutions [...] Read more »

13 strange interview mistakes and how you can avoid them

CareerBuilder’s annual look at the strangest interview mistakes shows how frequently job seekers say and do the wrong things during interviews. Some could have been the result of nerves, and others are just so weird there’s no way to explain them. Here are 13 outrageous and real interview mistakes that surveyed employers have experienced and [...] Read more »

How non-networkers can work the room

Attending a professional networking event can be like going to a party at a stranger’s house. You scan the crowd, searching for friendly faces, hoping you know at least one other person. When you realize you have to work the event solo, you suddenly feel shy and jittery — especially if working the room doesn’t [...] Read more »

Your 2013 Job-search Guide

Now that the holidays are over, the nonstop party hopping has ended and the New Year’s ball has dropped, it’s time to get serious about your job search. Yet the thought of job searching can be overwhelming — where do you start? How do you avoid missing any steps? We’re here to take some of [...] Read more »

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