Job Resources

Job Resources

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RESUMES


For most jobs you still need a Resume whether a recruiter or employer asked for it, or the job boards requires you to upload one. Also as a best practice you should provide a printed copy to an employer during an interview that you can leave with him. The purpose of a Resume...

JOB PHONE INTERVIEW


Phone interviews have become common these days. When there are candidates out-of-town and in some cases out of country, separating the wheat from the chaff becomes necessary for saving time and money. It’s basically the first screening of the hundreds or thousands...

JOB-INTERVIEW


The first impression you make is when you walk into the room depending on how you’re dressed and how confidently you walk in. You should appear professional, polished, clean and dressed appropriately to the job. Some believe your attire might even influence somewhat...

JOB OFFER


In this competitive job market you proved your worth by jumping through all the hoops and making it across the finish line. Hold off on the big celebrations though – party, vacation et al for a couple more days. First send an email to the HR Manager who sent you...

SOCIAL MEDIA JOB SEARCH


Most recruiters and employers before they even call you for an interview will check out your social media profiles and posts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other online profiles in addition to "Googling" you. Most of us have witnessed the media preferences...