Seasonal Jobs that Could Work for You

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If you’re unemployed and think the holidays are a time to stop your job hunt, you might want to think again. There are more seasonal jobs available this year than in the last couple of years. Take a look at these statistics from Alison Doyle at About.com:   The days where one holiday began after… Read more »

Finding a Job Over The Holidays

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Job hunters that keep at it during the holiday season, are more likely to find a job over the holidays. Among the reasons, there is less competition, the season puts people in a receptive mood, and all those parties and family gatherings overflow with networking opportunities. Most job seekers think November and December are lousy… Read more »

Finding a Job After College

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It’s getting close to graduation. You already have an impossible schedule to finish school and graduate. It’s also time to find a job! Here are some helpful tips on how to get started by Penny Loretto at About.com: If you are in the process of finding a job you may have surprisingly discovered that searching… Read more »

Job Search Tips for the End of the Year

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No one is looking to hire, they rationalize. Besides, who wants to think about changing job during such a fun and family season? This could be a serious mistake. You could be missing out on one of the most productive job search times of the year. There are several reasons why you should take advantage… Read more »

Preparing Your Resume for the Internet and Email

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Many people think the resume you hand to prospective employer is formatted the same as an online resume or one you would email. In some cases, this is not true. Take a look at this article explaining the differences… You do not need a different resume, you only need to alter the format of your… Read more »

17 Interview Questions Hiring Managers Are Most Likely to Ask

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After running an intensive survey between hiring managers, recruiters, and HR professionals, AOL Jobs put together this extensive list of interview questions Hiring Managers are most likely to ask. 1. What is your greatest weakness? “An impressive and confident response shows that the candidate has prepared for the question, has done serious self-reflection and can… Read more »

Are You Right for Consulting?

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Compelling reasons why everyone should give consulting a try – at least for a few years. In this article by Richard Moran lists strong reasons why consulting/contracting work is something to consider within your career path. Some say a year or two in the military is good for developing career skills, especially on the coping… Read more »

How to Use Your Phone to Help You Find a Job

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Today, cellphones are capable of so much more than making a call. They can even help your job search. Checking out jobs using a mobile application, emailing potential employers, killing time on your phone while waiting to begin an interview, conducting an interview on your cellphone — these are just a few of the ways… Read more »

Tips on Ending Your Summer Intership

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Are you in the last dregs of your summer internship? Now is the time to find your employer. Here are some tips from U.S. News, Robin Reshwan: August marks the beginning of the end (professionally speaking) for college students working as interns, as they prepare to head back to campus. Leverage an excellent experience with… Read more »