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How-to Customize Your Resume

It’s Wednesday and you’re more than likely dreaming about your weekend plans. Well, if you weren’t – you are now. Let’s say a friend texts you and asks you to play ball. What kind of ball? Basketball? Football? Soccer? You have to text them back and ask “what kind?” You don’t want to show up […]

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Don’t let the Holiday Season Take over Your Social Media

It’s the end of October and the Holidays are right around the corner. There will be costume parties, turkey suppers and gingerbread houses in the very near future. The seasons will change and temperatures will drop but one thing should stay consistent, your job search. How you present yourself during the holiday season may determine […]

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Employers Turn to “A” Candidates Digital Footprints for Answers

There is no denying the fact that the world of recruiting has evolved significantly overtime. Prior to the innovation of Google, LinkedIn and online job boards, candidates responded to job postings via bulletin boards and newspapers. Due to the evolution of these social platforms, today’s employers are now shifting to a more “digital” perspective to […]

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Retiring The Traditional Resume, Is It an Option?

Getting used to change is one of the hardest things to face in an ever-changing world – that being said, should we consider perfecting, or potentially getting rid of something like the resume which has been widely viewed as a staple to job seekers? Resumes have played a vital role in the hiring process for […]

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LinkedIn a Valuable Tool for Staffing Firms

. . . . . With LinkedIn shares soaring, there’s been discussion on the web about the possibility of LinkedIn taking the place of recruiters and staffing firms.  After, all, LinkedIn is an index of sorts for employees’ professional profiles. However, to consider LinkedIn a replacement for recruiters is, as one commenter put it, like […]

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