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Posted April 17, 2015 by

Failed The First Time? Here’s How You Can Apply The Second Time

Woman applying for new job

Woman applying for new job. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Rejected? Dejected? Don’t worry! We all know how it feels. If you still feel that the job you applied for was the “perfect” one and you don’t have a clue about why they rejected you, you may well try again. Many applicants are too bummed out to ever try again – for any position at all at the company. However, with the facts and figures listed below, you might change your mind about this.

If a company has listed a job ad, the intention of the job ad could have been for a future job position, and not necessarily a job position that is currently available. Also, reapplying after a certain new position has opened isn’t always a bad idea because the applicant pool changes every time. So, it is possible for you to have a higher chance the second time you apply (this means that at least 6 months have passed since you last applied). (more…)

Posted February 12, 2015 by

How Getting A Master’s Helps Your Image With Employers

Happy business people talking on meeting at office

Happy business people talking on meeting at office. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When almost everyone in the skilled job market presents resumes with experience and bachelor’s degrees, they all blend in and no one really stands out. Finding the right avenue to pursue to get your dream job will take effort and it’s usually enough to help a candidate land a job, but going further and obtaining a master’s degree improves prospective employee’s images with potential employers. Take a look at some ways a master’s degree can show that you are more capable and willing to grow. (more…)

Posted December 19, 2014 by

Modern Career Paths: Achieving Web Analytics Certification

Eshna Verma

Eshna Verma

Analytics is the process of looking at a website’s traffic and conversion numbers and trying to improve and optimize the performance of the site, the traffic flow, and sales. For most website owners, it’s a sideshow to the real concern: sales. Most business owners and webmasters want to know how to get more people to the site and how to get those people to pay for something, be it an affiliate program or a homegrown product or service offering.

But, most business owners and webmasters need an analytics specialist. Is that you? That depends. If you love combing through numbers and optimizing things, it might be. Here’s how to get your web analytics certification. (more…)