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Archive for the ‘Job Search Advice’ Category

October 5th, 2017

Are you a sales rockstar? Come find your next dream job on Oct 26!

Are you a sales rockstar? Come find your next dream job on Oct 26!

Are you an ambitious and high-performing sales professional? Top local employers are looking to add more sales and business development talent to their teams! If you are a professional in this field looking for your next dream job, or just looking to build connections with awesome local employers, join us at the Sales Talent Day at […]

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October 2nd, 2017

How Do I Figure Out My Career Path?

How Do I Figure Out My Career Path?

Deciding on a career path can be a daunting prospect, especially if you aren’t sure yet of where you want to go. Having a starting point is half the battle, but you also want to know if that start will get you anywhere – and if where it leads is somewhere that you want to […]

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September 23rd, 2017

Staying Motivated During a Long Job Search

Staying Motivated During a Long Job Search

The process of looking for a new job can be a challenge. Sometimes, this search can take longer than you expected it to. This could be due to a number of reasons, whether it’s the economy, ebbs and flows in the job market, or waiting to find the perfect role for you. While it won’t […]

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August 28th, 2017

How to Minimize Leadership Stress

How to Minimize Leadership Stress

Management is a stressful job with various responsibilities. In fact, managers in Canada have reported the main sources of their stress to be longer working hours and too many demands. This indicates that there is a need to manage time and employees more effectively. The demands of management can be emotionally draining and can take their […]

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August 24th, 2017

10 Unusual Ways to Decide on Your Next Career

10 Unusual Ways to Decide on Your Next Career

Are you looking to move into a new career? Chances are, at some point in your life, this will be a reality for you. Statistics show that we will all now shift jobs and careers more than ever before. In fact, career change statistics suggest that, “the average person will be making a career change […]

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August 18th, 2017

Partner with the Recruiter to Rock Your Interview

Partner with the Recruiter to Rock Your Interview

Every day I see something or the other on social media about recruiters and the job search experience. Whether it’s a nasty thing a recruiter did like duping a candidate or a recruiter who’s fed up with entitled, glib candidates, the stories are endless and constantly brewing on social media. The job search process is […]

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August 9th, 2017

5 Ways to Make Your Long Job Hunt Easier

5 Ways to Make Your Long Job Hunt Easier

When you have been searching for a job for a long time, it’s not easy to carry on. You need extra income to get by, and you also start to lose your motivation. Here’s how to make that search easier, and also ensure you don’t get into debt in the meantime.   1. Create a […]

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August 3rd, 2017

How Can You Tell If a Job is Right For You?

How Can You Tell If a Job is Right For You?

When you’re looking for a new role, you’ll have to go through the process of searching job postings, reading the descriptions, and then deciding whether or not the job is for you. How do you assess these job postings? What are you looking for? Keep reading to learn more about some of the things you […]

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July 24th, 2017

How To Land an Interview After Hunting for a Job On Social Media

How To Land an Interview After Hunting for a Job On Social Media

These days, savvy job hunters choose to apply for a job on social media rather than dropping off their resumes in person. A survey shows that a quarter of all job hunters use social media sites as their primary job hunting tool, and seven out of 10 people between the ages of 18 to 34 […]

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July 19th, 2017

What Else Should You Be Doing in Your Job Search?

What Else Should You Be Doing in Your Job Search?

If you’re looking for a job right now, your focus is likely on updating your resume, writing cover letters, and perfecting your application. While all of these steps are key to finding your next dream role, you should also considering doing a few more things to help you keep improving as you transition between career […]

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