Revamping Your Resume? What to Cut and What to Keep

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Is it time to revamp your resume? How do you decide what to cut and to keep? Have you ever spent the day applying for jobs and submitting your resume only to receive NO RESPONSE from recruiters? Let’s assume you’re qualified for the jobs, so what’s the deal? Perhaps it’s time to review your resume… Read more »

Ask for a Raise with Proper Planning and Execution

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Salary. It’s a seemingly highly classified topic that nobody talks about openly, but only with select company members. Most people are not comfortable conversing about specific numbers or why they deserve a higher salary than others. We all have one thing in common, we want a triumphant end: a pay increase.   Let’s be real:… Read more »

Want to Take Your Goal Setting to the Next Level?

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Professional Goal Setting Tips

Goal setting sounds easy enough. You point toward your dreams and say, “that’s where I’m headed,” and you’re on your way, right? It’s a good start, but you have just activated a vision, not a goal. Your vision for your career is the overarching picture or idea of what you’d like to have happen. Your… Read more »

Ace that Virtual Interview Like a Tech Professional

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The interview date is set, and all you have to do is to ace that interview, and the job is yours. But there is a slight catch: it will be via a video conference app. With the current situation of everyone adjusting to the new normal, this should not come as a surprise to you…. Read more »

Does Your Resume Need a Facelift?

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It’s about that time again! That’s right. It’s time to give your resume a good old makeover! One of the best ways to stay ahead of the curve in the current job market is to update your resume consistently. In fact, Indeed.com recommends you update your resume twice a year with your most recent certifications,… Read more »

Is It Time for a New Job?

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Is it time to have that awkward conversation with your manager? The one where you tell them it’s time for you to find a job opportunity? No worries! We have a guide on quitting your job properly, AND we also have a plethora of job opportunities.   Are you sure? One of the worst things… Read more »

How Conquering Procrastination Can Help You Live a Better Life

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We’ve all learned: procrastination is a productivity killer. But finding motivation for complex or intimidating items on your to-do list can be trickier than getting cats to march in a parade. Use these tips to ditch procrastinating and start shining in your career.   Procrastination inflicts stress A behemoth presentation is due in two weeks…. Read more »

Create a Resume That Will Distinguish Yourself from the Rest

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Creating a resume to distinguish yourself from others

Your resume serves as your first impression to your potential employers. No, not your job interview or even your cover letter. The resume is a simple yet comprehensive document that allows companies and staffing agencies to get to know you immediately and see if you are the right fit for the open positions. That is… Read more »

How to Make Your LinkedIn Profile a Winner

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How to Make Your LinkedIn Profile a Winner

Are you considering changing jobs or careers? If so, don’t forget about your LinkedIn profile when updating your resume. Did you know that there are over 55 million employers registered on LinkedIn? In fact, according to Kinsta.com, over 122 million people received an interview via LinkedIn.  Harness the power of LinkedIn by using these five tips. 1…. Read more »