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How to Make (& Stick With) a Better New Year’s Resolution

The New Year’s Resolution is a great way to make new goals for the coming year when done properly. Read more about helpful strategies to make (& stick with) a better New Year’s Resolution here.

What You Need to Change on an International CV for Use in the US

There are many distinctions and nuances in the U.S. when compared to the rest of the world, and business writing is no exception. Learn about what to change in your international CV to fit into the standard U.S. resume practices here

Avoid These 5 Big Interviewing Mistakes

Putting your best foot forward when interviewing is a must, yet too many people still make obvious mistakes that can leave a lasting, negative impression. Learn the most common interviewing mistakes and how to avoid them here.

The Art of the Thank You Note

Writing a thank you note after a job interview is not optional. This expression of gratitude after an interview is not only good manners, it’s good strategy, keeping you top-of-mind with a potential employer. The thank you note is your opportunity to reinforce why you’re a strong candidate and reiterate your interest in the role you’ve interviewed for.

Top 10 Resume Writing Do’s and Don’ts

You know that a strong resume is vital as you market yourself for a new job, but how do you know if yours is the best it can be? In less than half a second, a Google search for “resume writing advice” yields 1.89 million results. Instead of scrolling through a virtually endless list to figure out what to pay most attention to, here are 10 strategic essentials for what you should — and shouldn’t — do to ensure your resume makes the strongest possible first impression.

8 Signs It’s Time for a Job Change

Determining when and if it’s time for a job change isn’t easy. Various factors influence timing of a job search, including your level of experience, industry, competitive landscape, market climate and seasonality.

10 Tips to Ace a Phone Interview

When interviewing for a new job, you’ll likely encounter at least one round over the phone. The key to acing a phone interview is to treat it as if it were an in-person conversation and prepare for it the same way. Since a phone interview can determine whether or not you move forward as a candidate, it’s worth your extra time and attention.

Why Putting Your Phone Away Creates Opportunities

We’re on our phones a lot. We text, email, use apps, take pictures and sometimes even use our phones to call and speak with people. As integral as this device has become to our lives, there’s a time and place to be on it, especially when in professional settings. As our world becomes increasingly digital, opportunities for face-to-face engagement are becoming even more important. If you find yourself choosing a screen over participating in a conversation, you may miss out on potential business, job and professional opportunities.

10 Things Hiring Managers Wish You Knew

When conducting a job search, you want the process to go as smoothly as possible. To put your best foot forward, consider the following advice from the perspective of hiring managers. These tips can help you make a positive impression and ultimately land the job.

Preparing Professional References – The Finishing Touch To A Job Search

Your potential employer has determined that you’re a finalist for the position, and has requested that you submit professional references. Choose wisely; your professional references provide one of the final pieces of information an employer needs to make a hiring decision.

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