How to Make Sure Your Resume Gets to the Top of the Pile (And Not the Bottom of the Trash)

I’m a hiring manager and let me tell you, I’ve had a ton of resumes come across my desk. I’ve seen resumes with technicolor fonts, personalized logos in place of names, and lots of boldfaced writing. You know what they all have in common? They scream, “Don’t throw me away!” For all of you resume […]

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How to Assess A Potential Employer’s Company Culture

When you’re interviewing for a job you want to make sure to impress the hiring manager with your knowledge and passion. But many candidates don’t realize that they should also be doing some interviewing of their own during this time. As you move through the hiring process, you’ll want to do some investigating into the […]

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Interview 101: 6 Things to Look for While You’re Waiting

Waiting for your job interview to begin is your chance to make sure your blazer is on straight and your resume is easily accessible as well as your chance to take a few deep breaths. While this is a good time to make sure you’re interview-ready, it’s also your chance to get a glimpse into […]

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Tips for Identifying a Negative Workplace (Before You Sign on the Dotted Line)

Your company’s culture can significantly impact your overall happiness at work. Even the perfect job can quickly become torturous if you’re working in a stressful environment with little to no support from management. If you’re looking to find a job you’ll love, read about some of the major indicators that the company you’re checking out […]

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Office Location and Company Culture

When you spend over 40 hours a week at a job, not only is your company culture important, so too is the location of the office. I’m not talking about various cities to work in across the country; I’m talking about the difference between working in a city and working in suburbia. The location of […]

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