Do Your Social Media Pages Need Some Spring Cleaning?

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It’s that time of year again. The days are getting noticeably longer, flower buds start to appear, and people turn their thoughts to spring cleaning to welcome the warmer, brighter season. While spring cleaning traditionally refers to one’s home, giving your social media accounts a good scrub can be a smart move too. After all,… Read more »

5 Tips For Being Discreet While Looking for a New Job While You’re Employed

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Conducting a job search while you’re still employed can be tricky. You want to make sure your current employer isn’t aware of your intention to secure a new opportunity as it can put your livelihood at risk. This makes it important to be careful with how you proceed. If you want to keep your activities… Read more »

How to Stay Motivated During Your Job Search

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While the idea of finding a new job can be exciting, most job searches aren’t the most fun. In fact, they can become downright frustrating rather quickly. But staying positive is often the key to success. Otherwise, you may see your motivation dwindling before you get results. To help you stay motivated during your job… Read more »

The Importance of Fact Checking Your Resume…Twice

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A resume is a necessary document for finding work today. This document is often the first thing that hiring managers review before bringing candidates in for interviews, and it’s looked over with a great deal of scrutiny. A seasoned recruiter or hiring manager can easily spot errors, gaps in employment, and potentially false information on… Read more »

Why You Should Job Hunt Proactively and Not Reactively

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It’s been said that there are two ways to find a job – being reactive or proactive. When you are reactive, like many job seekers, you are most likely trying to find a new job because you are either not happy with the one you’ve got (and leaving) or you have recently separated from a… Read more »

As Graduation Nears, Use These Four Tips to Find a Job in Atlanta

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It seems that employers have a complaint concerning the preparedness of today’s graduating generation. A recent survey conducted at Bentley University found that employers consider millennials to lack appropriate work ethic and to be unprepared for the job market. What’s more, hiring managers, recruiters, business people, and academics agree. Eric Pianin, D.C. bureau chief of The Fiscal… Read more »