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Posted July 21, 2015 by

Preparing for Video Job Interviews? 6 Tips to Help You Be Your Best

In today’s world of modern technology, employers are not limited to conducting traditional face-to-face job interviews.  Video interviews are one option they can take advantage of, as these interviews are convenient for both the employers and the job candidates.  If you are a candidate, though, you must still prepare yourself as you would for any interview.  To help prepare you for this important meeting, check out the following tips. (more…)

Posted June 03, 2015 by

Review Your Resume Carefully for These Mistakes

Has your resume led to any success in your job search?  If you have been trying to find a job for a while now, consider looking back over your resume.  It could be that you have made the simplest error such as a typo or left out your contact information, which would be terrible if a potential employer wants to get in touch with you.  No matter how big or small, one mistake is all it takes to cost you a chance to land a job.  Here are some mistakes to look for when reviewing your resume. (more…)

Posted February 24, 2015 by

7 Secrets to Helping Your Teen Unlock Their True Academic Potential

Teenage students studying in classroom with teacher

Teenage students studying in classroom with teacher. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When students stand on the threshold of their futures, education is the most important key to their direction. High school studies and all the hard work involved in reaching the ultimate goal of graduation, takes careful planning and learning to identify your teen’s true academic potential. In the final analysis, it’s the student who takes full account of their potential. There are seven secrets to unlocking one’s true academic potential. These include:

. Assess academic strengths and weaknesses
. Stay the course of your academic direction
. Continually review, refresh and update your academic direction
. Compare course of study to career aspirations
. Set reasonable goals
. Study the job market trends
. Plan ahead to avert obstacles (more…)

Posted September 23, 2014 by

13 tips to landing that dream job as a school teacher

Teacher helping pupils studying at desks in classroom

Teacher helping pupils studying at desks in classroom. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Teaching is rewarding for many reasons, yet landing a job in this sector is not as simple as teaching the ABCs. It’s a special profession, which warrants job skills as well as deep empathy.

Others may tell you that it’s who you know in addition to what you teach, but aside from acquaintances and inside relations, check out the following secrets presently employed teachers used to land their dream job. (more…)

Posted June 19, 2014 by

Preparing for an Entry Level Job Interview? What You Should and Should Not Do

So, now it’s time to prepare for your entry level job interview.  What should you do and not do?  Check out a helpful infographic in the following post to find out.

The dreaded job interview… nerves, anxiety, anticipation. And far too often… failure. What if you took a different approach? What if you were so well prepared that you actually looked forward to the one-on-one meeting? What if you walked in with so much confidence that the recruiter couldn’t help but consider you a top candidate,

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Posted May 29, 2013 by

Employees with Recent Graduate Jobs, Remember These Secrets to Successful Careers

For those of you who have been hired for recent graduate jobs, there are some secrets to remember that can lead to career success.  Learn more in the following post.

You’ve heard all the standard career advice: network, build your brand, follow your passion. And it’s all quality advice; don’t get me wrong. But you want more. You’re not just a careerist; you’re a Brazen careerist. You want the inside scoop. The secrets that got

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Posted January 17, 2013 by

Do You Have “Dirty Little Secrets” You Would Like To Avoid In The Job Interview?

Carole Martin, The Interview Coach

Carole Martin, The Interview Coach

Maybe you were fired or laid off – under “not-to-pleasant” circumstances, or maybe you quit un-expectantly?

Whatever the reason – there is something or some things that you’d rather not talk about in the job interview. Not only have you had a bad experience, but now you have to talk about it – again and again.

How you deal with these questions will depend a lot on how you have resolved the issue with yourself. In order to answer these types of questions effectively it will be important to deal with your issue ahead of time. The best way to do that is to think about and script an answer. (more…)

Posted December 03, 2012 by

Two Excellent ‘Job Finalists,’ But Only ONE Gets Job!

CollegeRecruiter.comWhen applying for any job, there are likely to be many qualified candidates, but ultimately one person will land the job.  Whether you’re running for the highest office in the land or another job, the following post tells us that the process is pretty much the same.

Well, the presidential campaign is over—finally! It was a long, winding, sometimes torturous road for the two “finalists” for the job, Mr. Romney and Mr. Obama, both excellent candidates. But still, in the end, only ONE of the candidates was ultimately selected for the position, the President of the United States. It is ever thus for most “job searches.”

When you think about it (as I have done!), there are more than just a few parallels between how this, the most important of “job searches,” unfolded and how the typical, admittedly far more mundane, job search unfolds in the current job market.

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Two Excellent ‘Job Finalists,’ But Only ONE Gets Job!