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How to Pitch Your Value: Dissecting the Elevator Pitch
Develop a strong elevator pitch that highlights your key skill sets, passions, and job goals.
Returning to Work? How to Handle the Employment Gap
Utilize your volunteer experience to boost your resume and expand your network during the job search.
7 Alumni Networking Don’ts
Avoid these missteps to be sure you are using your alumni network effectively in your job search.
Combatting Age Discrimination in the Job Search: Part II of III
The second article in a three-part series on conducting a job search later in life.
Harness the ‘Power of 3’ to Land Your Dream Job
Harness the 'power of three' by using multiple job-search methods to find the most job leads.
Back to School, Back to the Job Search
While we recommended ramping up your job-search efforts during the summer months, we know that many of you still took time off to enjoy the beaches and give yourself a break from the stressful job search.
Why You Need to Be on LinkedIn Even When You Have a Job
A question I frequently get when training job seekers on using social media is "Won’t my boss think I’m looking for another job if I’m using LinkedIn?
Master the Informational Interview to Advance Your Job Search
If you're exploring new industries or career paths, incorporate informational interviews into your job-search strategy.
Adapting Your Elevator Pitch to the Occasion
Practice makes perfect, but be sure to tweak your pitch to keep it effective.
Social Networking Do’s and Don’ts
Experts weigh in on the do's and don'ts of using social media to look for your next job.
What the Recruiter Sees
A recruiter for CDW shares the tactics his company now considers its most fertile source of new candidates – Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
How to Leverage Social Networking to Get Your Next Job
Employees and employers are using social networks like Facebook and LinkedIn to investigate whether each is a good fit for the job.
8 Steps to Leverage Social Networks
The following eight steps helped job seeker 'Paul' put his online social networking into its proper place.
5 Ways to Network in the Real World
Build a stronger online network by grounding those connections in face-to-face encounters.
Rebuilding Your Network
As the economy warms up, more of your contacts are on the move — and going places that could be right for you.
Can Recruiters Find YOU? 5 Online Methods to Borrow
Veteran recruiter Joe Turner describes online routes to the short list when professional talent scouts are looking for candidates.
What Does a Job Search Have to do With Ancient Greece?
To gain an edge in the job hunt, study the people within the company you’re pursuing.
Job Seeker Extends Networking Reach to Australia
Paul Witschey was ready for a change of scenery and fresh career challenges.
Recruiters’ Best Networking Tips
Six ways to be more memorable at networking events and holiday parties from recruiters who have been on the meet-and-greet circuit.
Networking Is Weird for Everyone
You were taught not to talk to strangers as a kid.
Why Men Have Stronger Professional Networks Than Women
Research indicates that the glass ceiling is firm.
Five Steps to Volunteer Your Way to a Job
If you’re not sure where to start, follow this guide to landing a volunteer position as a part of your job-search strategy.
Volunteering Opportunities Pay Off
Can working a job without a paycheck set you up for big bucks?
Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube: Which Tools to Use
Two job seekers tell all.
I Attended a Networking Event. Now What?
The best ways to follow up after the networking event When you attend a networking event, whether a conference, seminar or business-club meeting, your work has just begun.