Focus of Georgia’s Job Interview Checklist

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It doesn’t matter who you are, job interviews are intense! Even if you’re extroverted and totally at ease with new people, the stress of having a possible job on the line takes the anxiety up a notch. Here are eight steps to prepare for your next job interview. Do some research Reread the job post…. Read more »

Focus of Georgia’s Job Search Checklist

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No matter how much experience you have, a job search is never easy. Whether you’re entering the workforce for the first time, interested in fresh start at a new company, or an executive looking to advance your career, it’s hard to know exactly where to start to make sure you’re doing everything in your power…. Read more »

The One Surprising Step You Should Take to Find Your Next Opportunity

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So you need a new job! And you’ve taken all the right steps—you updated your resume, cleaned up your social media profiles, drafted a cover letter, alerted your network, and …now what? You’ve forgotten one important step. And it could be this step that’s the difference between finding the job of your dreams and settling… Read more »

What Employers Want to See in Their Next Accounts Payable Clerk

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An accounts payable clerk is a crucial piece of any organization. They complete payments and control a company’s expenses by receiving, processing, verifying, and reconciling invoices. Any company looking to hire a new clerk is going to be extra careful, making sure they hire the most qualified and talented person for the job. Here’s what… Read more »

4 Career Tips You Haven’t Heard Before

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If you read as many blogs and articles on career advice as us, you’ve probably read a lot of the same things over and over. Research your potential employer. Prepare anecdotes that show off your skills. Have a trusted friend proofread your resume. Send a thank-you note after an interview. While these tips are extremely… Read more »

Here’s What You Can Leave Off Your Call Center Resume

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It’s tempting to try to include everything from your professional background on your resume. While it is important to list your experiences, skills and achievements, you don’t have to pack your resume with all the details of your work history. As you’ve probably heard, sometimes less is more. This advice might sound contrary to conventional… Read more »

How to Turn Your Phone Interview into a Job Interview

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It’s well known that getting a phone interview is a critical first step in the direction of getting your next job. It signifies that the hiring manager perceives you as a possible fit for the position. But it also means that there are others who have made it through the initial rounds of screening and… Read more »

Try These Gutsy Moves to Get a Recruiter’s Attention

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With different industries evolving with each passing year, the business landscape is in a constant flux. In order to keep up with different trends and consumer expectations, it’s either adapt or adios. When you take this perspective into your job search, you understand that recruiters have seen it all. Even modern trends such as shorter,… Read more »

How New Grads Can Successfully Break into the Workforce

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We all know that it is a competitive job market. New grads unfortunately can’t rely on their degrees or even their impressive collegiate accolades to guarantee them the roles they are after. This is why it’s so important for new graduates to know what employers are really looking for and how to play the professional… Read more »

3 Ways to Prove Your Work Ethic During an Interview

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How to nail an interview is a tricky thing. Each interview is a unique situation, and most of them are too short to truly display all of your talents as a professional. One thing that isn’t unique across the business world is that every company is looking for hard workers. There is no perfect employee,… Read more »