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Adjusting To Office Culture

In many of our articles we have discussed how to go about applying for a job, building on networking skills and manifesting a great interview. However, what happens when you land the job? Walking into the office for the first time can be both inevitably nerve racking, while also incredibly exciting. Whether it is your . . . Read More

Mastering Your Follow Up Game

Just like in your personal life, building a new professional relationship takes time and effort. Expand your network and nail your interview follow up using these simple tips. Read additional advice and tips on HelpWanted.jobs.

4 Tips for Crafting a Resume that Shines

In our last article we discussed the biggest do’s for writing a cover letter that allows you, the job seeker, to lead with your best foot forward. As a follow-up, we’ll share the various ways you can craft a resume that shines. Your resume is often times a one-page document that is supposed to convey . . . Read More

Three Do’s For Crafting A Great Cover Letter

Perhaps the most daunting task in the job search process, besides the actual interview, is making your skills come together on paper and translate to your future employer what an awesome asset you could be for their team. Making sure that you are able to share your skills with an employer will be a big . . . Read More

4 Best Practices of an Effective Networker

Whether this is your first go around searching for a full-time job or you simply wish to add “effective networker” to your arsenal of skills, a few simple tips can never hurt. Have you ever heard the saying, “It’s all about who you know”? Today’s job market is completely saturated with individuals looking for their . . . Read More

What Does Your Online Reputation Say to Your Future Employer?

In today’s world we share everything at the click of a mouse. We want our friends and family to understand what’s important to us, look at our life experiences and enjoy our latest vacation. We are all constantly connected thanks to smart watches, cell phones, tablets and more. This same sentiment holds true for any . . . Read More

5 Steps To Building An Effective LinkedIn Profile

In my last article I spoke to the importance of why as a job seeker you should be actively using LinkedIn to further excel your hunt for the perfect career. This prompted the important question of, how? How do you go about creating a great professional profile that recruiters find compelling? Below are five tips . . . Read More

Is LinkedIn Really That Important?

I first heard about LinkedIn while I was sitting in a classroom listening to my Professor discuss the importance of networking, and he briefly covered LinkedIn. Just as briefly as he touched on the subject of LinkedIn as a networking tool, I forgot about it. Knowing what I do about the tool now, I now . . . Read More

Job Search Resources for Veterans

Veterans.jobs offers military and transitioning service members more than just a skills translator. See what additional resources are provided to veteran job seekers by visiting Veterans.jobs, and learn how you can put those resources to work for you!

Treat Your Job Search Like a 9-5 Job

Great employment opportunities are available, but you have to be willing to do the work to find them. Listen to Mike Bazinet, Grifols’ Director of Recruiting, as he shares tips for staying constantly engaged on job boards. For more job seekers tips and advice, visit the Social Jobs Partnership on Facebook!

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