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The 6 Key Steps to Getting a Job

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Whether you are fresh out of college and just starting the job search, or are currently employed and looking for a change, starting the quest for a new job can be overwhelming.

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How to Get Your Resume Noticed by Employers

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The first step of any job search is to post an online resume on employment portals, submit one to a brick-and-mortar recruitment agency or emailing/mailing an application to prospective employers. A resume allows employers to know a little about you including age, location, educational qualifications, and prior job experience, if any. And unless a resume is well-written, chances are that an employer will not call you for the next step: the interview.

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How to Ace Your Next Phone Interview

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You did it. The manager of the company you applied to loved your resume and now wants to talk to you, but it is a phone interview. The kind of interview that says, “You sound interesting, but... let’s talk on the phone first to make sure you're not weird.” Phone interviews can be more stressful than in person interviews. It’s impossible to see how the interviewer reacts to what you say. Do they seem amused? Are you on the right track? Are you killing it or bombing it? Here are the top 4 tips to help improve your skills.

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5 Tips for Writing a LinkedIn Profile for Career Success

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Studies show that LinkedIn is considered one of the most popular and commonly used social media platforms among recruiters and people in search for jobs. There are more than 433 million active accounts and this number is increasing by the hour, which makes it as popular as Facebook. With that said, LinkedIn is mostly used for business, rather than pleasure.

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