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Posted April 11, 2013 by

How to Look for a New Job When You’re Already Employed

When you are looking for a new job while employed, be careful how you go about it.  Learn more in the following post.

It’s time. You’ve weight the pros and cons, you can check “yes” to all the items on those “should you leave your job” surveys, and you know you’re ready. Time to move on to bigger and better things. The only problem is, you’ve still gotta bring in a paycheck until you can find that bigger

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How to Look for a New Job When You’re Already Employed

Posted December 06, 2012 by

Creative Resumes: Are You Overdoing It?

CollegeRecruiter.comDo you want to add some visual appeal to your resume?  While this might be a good idea, there are some questions you should consider, according to the following post.

A creative resume is often a great option for job seekers to stand out. But if you’re not working in a creative field like graphic design or fashion, how do you know when your resume crosses the line from creative to distracting?  Creative resumes can vary in nature–for some job seekers, it may mean adding a cool border

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Creative Resumes: Are You Overdoing It?

Posted December 04, 2012 by

13 tips for E-mail Etiquette: It Still Counts in a Mobile Generation

CollegeRecruiter.comHave you ever thought about email etiquette?  It does exist and may benefit you, especially in the workplace; learn some tips in the following post.

In today’s world, e-mails are often rapid fire communication with little thought behind them. Yet, they still make an impression – your e-mail approach is part of your personal brand. It affects your reputation when you are in the job market and continues to be noticed once you have secured a job. It’s important to remember e-mail etiquette and also that in certain instances, e-mail may not be the best method of communication.

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13 tips for E-mail Etiquette: It Still Counts in a Mobile Generation