Active job seekers know the value of networking. It is a great way to meet other professionals in your industry and make connections that last for years to come. As important as networking is for job seekers, making these types of connections can often times be intimidating.
Whether you have a couple of connections already, or are just starting out, here are our top three networking tips to help you get exposure in the job market.
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A cover letter is just as important as a resume for a job application; it gives job seekers a format to showcase to potential employers the reasons they are the best candidate for the job.
Writing a cover
letter is challenging, and before you begin you’ll want to understand the
dynamics of the company, the challenges and trends they might be facing, and
how your knowledge and skills as an employee will bring value and enthusiasm to
To get you started, let’s go through the entire document and review the beginning, middle and end of an effective cover letter.
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Interview questions are a way for a potential employee and employer to get to know each other. It is a traditional part of the job hiring process that provides valuable information for both parties, and some employers are asking non-traditional interview questions to gain deeper insights into an employee’s personality.
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If you’re someone who is regularly
put in charge of interviewing potential candidates for a position – no matter
the industry – the applicants can start to blend together after a while. And if
you’re an individual who has been through the interview process frequently,
chances are you’re honing in on the key words and phrases that will get you
through the first round.
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The first week of work is often the roughest, scariest and
most exciting time. Though you’re probably nervous and finding your bearings,
it is important to make an excellent first impression.
Here are a few tips from Fortune
to help you become an outstanding member of your workplace right away.
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For many industries and companies, email is one of the most
common forms of communication, whether it’s used for a quick response or a longer
Since this method of communication is used often, there is a
lot of room for error, which can negatively impact yourself and your business.
Here are a few tips to remember when writing and sending
emails that could save you a lot of grief.
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