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11 Steps Job Seekers Should Take Before Applying for a Job

Found on https://www.flexjobs.com/blog/post/steps-before-applying-for-a-job/ by Matt Krumrie FlexJobs Contributing Writer You spot a posting for a job you’re interested in. It fits perfectly with you background, skills, and experience. You feel a rush of excitement and jump at the opportunity to start applying for a job. You quickly submit your resume and application, and check your email and voicemail inboxes obsessively for the

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6 Job Interview Super Foods

from FlexJobs.com by Alexis Reale, Staff Writer for FlexJobs There are a lot of smart and effective ways to prepare for a job interview: research the company; come up with a list of impressive questions to ask the hiring manager; choose the perfect “hire” me outfit for your video or in-person interview; get a good night’s sleep; and the list goes

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6 Signs of a Great Resume

from CareerBuilder.com  by Susan Ricker YOUR RESUME WILL CATCH THE EYE OF EMPLOYERS BY INCLUDING THESE SIX HIGHLIGHTS. Whether you’re just starting out in your job search or need a major overhaul to your application process, the key to a strong job search is a strong resume. But creating one is easier said than done, as most job seekers know

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Harness the Networking Power of LinkedIn

Are you hesitant to network out of fear of being seen as pushy, annoying, or self-serving? Don’t be. Networking isn’t about using other people or aggressively promoting yourself—it’s about building relationships and gathering information.  It’s about connections and letting yourself be known to others.  Networking is the best way to find a job because: People do business primarily with people

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Train Your Brain to Cope with Stress

FROM FLEXJOBS.COM Experts agree that the right amount of stress can actually be a great tool for lightening the burden. Training your brain to better cope with stress during the job hunt can be as simple as shifting your perception of stress and how it affects you. Here are three ways to train your brain to cope with stress during a job search:

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10 Uncomfortable Deeds That Will Make You More Successful

Somethings are too good not to share.  This is taken directly from LinkedIn, originally posted May 22, 2016, by Dr. Travis Bradberry (Coauthor Emotional Intelligence 2.0 & President at TalentSmart) These Uncomfortable Deeds Will Pay Off Forever T.S. Eliot was clearly onto something when he asked, “If you aren’t in over your head, how do you know how tall you are?” The

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