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Posted November 25, 2014 by

Are You Changing Jobs Constantly? How to Improve Your Chances of Finding a New Position

If you are someone who has changed jobs multiple times, then you have probably heard that doing so makes potential employers skeptical about hiring you for employment.  While that is a fair point from an employer’s prospective, it does not mean that a job seeker can’t get another position.  In fairness, you may have had personal and/or professional reasons for leaving one job and searching for another one.  Now, though, because you have been a job hopper, you must prove to a potential employer that you are the best candidate for a job opening.  Here are some things to keep in mind for your job search. (more…)

Posted August 27, 2014 by

College Students, Need to Overcome Some Issues When Writing Your Resumes for Jobs? 9 Tips to Tackle Challenges

When writing resumes for jobs, college students might face certain challenges.  In order to overcome them, the following post has nine tips that can make a difference.

Every job seeker has some kind of past issue, no exceptions. Sometimes called “elephants in the room,” hiring professionals know where to look; they know how to uncover the truth. This is how they can eliminate a candidate in seconds. And this is why even “perfect” resumes sometimes don’t result in a job

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Posted June 09, 2014 by

Constantly Changing Jobs as a Recent Graduate? Job Hopping May Not Eliminate You as a Candidate

Someone constantly changing jobs as a recent graduate may not think a potential employer will hire him or her.  However, being a job hopper may not eliminate you as a candidate.  Learn more in the following post.

If you’re a job hopper, you may have been a bit worried about marketing yourself to prospective employers. Will they judge the fact that you’ve changed gigs every few years or maybe even every few months? Will you have to explain yet again why you have such a diverse resume of experiences

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