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Never Ask About Money Or Benefits In A Job Interview

According to a business management industry insider, hiring managers often have a significant bias against candidates who ask about pay and perks during interviews
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Ditch These Outdated Items In Your Resume

Your resume can be a sort of stress, especially when you are trying to make yours stand out. So update it by simply removing some outdated items. Number one on the list is to remove your address. In a world dominated by email, you don’t need to list your street address and apartment number...
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Details To Ditch From Your Resume

Hiring managers rarely have the time or resources to look at each résumé closely. Incredibly, you have about six seconds to make an impression so here are some streamlining ways to boost your chances of a callback. First ditch the "objective" section. If you applied, it's already obvious you want...
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Social Jet-lag May Be Why You Can't Sleep At Night

Now that the holidays are over you may have found it difficult to resume your normal sleeping pattern. But it might not just be tiredness from all the partying you're experiencing. In fact, you might have social jet lag. Social jet lag occurs when our internal biological clock gets out of rhythm...
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January Is A Busty Month For Hiring

If you've been toying around with the idea of looking for a new job, this is it! Historically the month of January is the best month to get hired. According to estimates, companies publicly announced the hiring of 135,501 people in January 2017. By contrast, just 25,765 new positions were announced...
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Website Makes Your Resume Stand Out & Even Sends It To Potential Employers

One of the more stressful tasks in seeking out a new job is updating your resume. Finding the right keywords, important tasks of your work experience and even the font can be a whirlwind of headaches and frustration. Two developers from Google have just made updating it much easier thanks to their...
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Skills That Companies Droll Over

A while back we shared with you some insider information from employers on how certain words backfire on your resume . For the most part, it was the use of buzz words no defined meaning and with no facts to back them up. But what catches their eyes would also be helpful. So we did some digging to...
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These Words And Phrases May Backfire On Your Resume

Not getting a call for an interview after dropping off your resume? It could be due to some wording and clichés that turn HR departments off! Hiring managers spend only 15 to 30 seconds looking at each candidate’s resume in many cases, using generic phrases and catchy buzzwords may be the deciding...
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