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5 Ways to Look Foolish in an Interview

Don’t let the joke be on you – properly prepare for each interview so you don’t look like a fool.

Why Didn’t I Get The Job?

Ten popular reasons that prevent job applicants from receiving offers.

Sweat the Details of Your Job Search

When your job application is competing with many others, it’s the little details that count.

Reference Checks after Job Offers: 3 Ways to Kiss a Job Offer Goodbye

Don’t let a bad reference destroy your chances of landing the perfect job.

Find the Perfect Match for Your Career

If you’re looking for a job match ‘made in heaven,’ first investigate company culture.

What to wear to an interview when the weather turns nasty

Don't let the weather ruin your job interview - follow these fashion tips.

6 Tips for Successful Onboarding

I landed a new job!

The Top 5 Unusual Ways to Land an Interview

Tired of sending out resumes and never hearing back?

Upgrade Your Phone to Improve Your Job Search

Consider upgrading your mobile device to a smart phone to demonstrate your tech savvy and continue the job search on the go.

8 Tips for Giving Thanks After an Interview

Set yourself apart by sending an effective, value-add thank you message after each interview.

How to Pitch Your Value: Dissecting the Elevator Pitch

Develop a strong elevator pitch that highlights your key skill sets, passions, and job goals.

Name-Dropping During an Interview

Usually knowing someone at a company where you’re seeking employment is a good thing.

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Salary requirements: Expressing your minimum salary requirement

Employers ask about salary requirements in every interview. Learn to express your minimum salary requirement like a professional. Your annual salary requirement is in your hands.

Job Search Lessons Learned From the Politicians [Infographic]

We’re still over a year away from the Presidential election, but we are already seeing commercials and news reports related to a national or local candidate.

How to Choose the Right References for Your Job Search

What every job seeker should do when identifying and prepping job references.

Combatting Age Discrimination in the Job Search: Part III of III

The third and final article in a three-part series on conducting a job search later in life.

Do You Interview Like a Pro?

Strategies to help you put your best foot forward and seal the deal.

Is It OK to Talk Politics in a Job Interview?

Steer clear of charged topics to avoid this deadly third rail of your job search.

How to Sell Yourself Without Being Too “Salesy”

Prepare for behavioral interview questions using the STAR Method.

How to Prepare to Talk about Yourself During an Interview

You’ve sent your resume, received a call to set up an interview, and you’re feeling great!

Is a Lunch Interview a Bad Sign?

Is a lunch interview a bad sign?

Scam artists take advantage of job seekers

Job seekers, beware!

Follow up letter after a job interview

Sending a follow-up letter after a job interview is vital and could mean the difference between getting hired or not.

How Do I Nail the Next Interview Round?

You nailed the first interview - now what?

Got fired? Now get hired!

Learn how to address a layoff or getting fired in a job interview.