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Despite the high unemployment rates during the pandemic, companies are still hiring. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, companies employed 5.2 million people in April.
A resume that stands out has been tailored specifically to each job and company you're pursuing.
If you have a job description, rewrite your resume to ensure you're...
Hiring managers want to see that you can make a positive difference. That means you have to do your homework. Consider how the needs of the company intersect with your greatest win...
Treat every interview like it's the most important one.
Be sure to dress appropriately and do your hair. You should be looking and acting the part.
Since most interviews are remote now, it's critical to ensure you're adept at using the technology.
Find out beforehand what platform you'll be using and find a friend to te...
The candidates that stand out have the technical skills as well as strong communication skills. Hiring managers want to know about tough conversations you’ve had or times when you’ve solved...
You can really turn off a company with your digital footprint. Google yourself. Check your public social media feeds. Clean up what needs attention and start posting content that s...
Remote work is likely here to stay. So find ways to illustrate your ability to be self-motivated and work in different environments.
Be honest about your strengths and find...
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