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How To Get Noticed, Get Hired, And Get Just About Anything Else You Want Too

When I was 20 years old, I went to work at Citi for a summer internship. I didn’t really have a clue what I was doing, but I went to the office every day and worked on a basic scenario analysis project. I knew I could spend my summer half-assing…

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15 Quick Tips That Will Help You Get Hired

I’ve heard from job seekers who simply didn’t know some of the things that will help them effectively job search. One person I spoke to recently didn’t know you should send a thank you note after an interview. Another wasn’t aware that he didn’t need to include all of his…

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The 13 Dos And Don’ts Of Job Searching While You’re Still Employed

Ready for a new job? Most career experts would tell you to start looking while you’re still employed. But when you do—you must tread carefully.

“When you’re working, your professional network is working for you because you’re constantly interacting with your industry contacts,” says Andy Teach, a corporate…

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10 Ways The Job Search Has Changed

Job searching has changed dramatically over the past few years. If you want to succeed, you’ll have to take a much different approach than you did previously. Here are 10 things today’s job hunters need to know:

1. Google has replaced the resumé. Recruiters are now using Google…

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10 Unconventional Career Tips from an Unlikely CEO

1. Expose Yourself
People entering the business world today are a commodity. They’ve gone to the same schools, taken the same courses, read the same books, and watched the same movies. Meanwhile, companies like mine are desperately seeking fresh minds to help them navigate massive cultural and technological…

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Need a new job? 5 ways to kickstart your search

Believe us: We understand the allure of your comfy sofa at the end of a long workday.

But when you’re collapsing into the cushions full of frustration over a job that isn’t suiting your needs — or is just plain making you miserable — you’re going to need…

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Job-Search Strategy 101: It’s Not a Numbers Game

On more than a few occasions over the years, I’ve heard people who masquerade as career coaches and employment experts telling people that job hunting is a numbers game.

It isn’t.

In a way, it’s a lot like the Lotto myth: People believe their odds of…

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“Good” Jobs vs. Happy Jobs

This spring, millions of 20-somethings have suddenly found themselves in a staring competition with the real world. For the college seniors of the Tiger Mom generation, this usually means a search for “prestigious jobs,” or jobs that can provide instant validation of their hard work. But there’s more to the…

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Planting New Seeds in Your Career

In the book, The Seasons of Life by Jim Rohn, he uses the seasons as a metaphor for how we live our lives. In life, if the farmer doesn’t plant seeds in the spring, come fall, there won’t be a harvest. And so it is with careers, if employees do…

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Reference-Checking Your Future Boss

During an employment interview, an employer is checking out job candidates to find the best one for the organization, but it should also be a time when job seekers are checking out prospective employers to decide if they are the best fit for them. As a job seeker, you already…

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