How to Leave Your Job Without Burning Bridges

Resigning from your job means you’re ready to move on. You may even be tempted to put your feet up and ride out your two weeks, or tell everyone what you actually think about them.  No matter how much you want to do these things—don’t. You may need references from former bosses or colleagues in… Read More »

How Many Times Should I Follow Up After My Job Interview?

The worst part of any job search is the waiting time between interviews and offers. Landing a great job is important to you, and lack of information flow can cause extreme stress. Following up with hiring managers is necessary, but how much should you follow up and how often? The right follow-up approach is important… Read More »

3 Ways to Ace Every Job Interview!

  No matter what you do for a living, job interviews are the most important meetings you’ll ever attend. It is important to prepare and give the right impression, as a single interview could change the trajectory of your career. Use these three tips to ace every job interview and take the next step in… Read More »

Online Etiquette: What to Say and When to Be Quiet

You’re browsing Facebook when you see an interesting job post pop up in your feed. What do you do next? Believe it or not, there is a right and a wrong way to engage with recruiting firms and hiring managers on social media. Before you comment, make sure you know the proper etiquette. Don’t Assume… Read More »

Ready to Make a Change? Download these Resume Tips!

A solid resume can be a career game-changer. Whether you are entering the workforce for the first time, looking to change careers, or transitioning from military to civilian life, you need an attention-grabbing resume to set you apart and dazzle employers. Our brand new e-book tells you exactly how to create a resume and cover… Read More »

What Should Your General Labor Resume Look Like?

As a laborer, you might not think too much about your resume. However, that resume is the first thing potential employers see when you apply for a job. You want your resume to be modern, easy-to-read and to make the case that you deserve an interview. Competition for labor jobs is fierce, and you can’t… Read More »

5 Ways to Make a Positive First Impression in Your Job Interview

  Preparing for a job interview requires you to research, practice and prepare. However, before you ever get a chance to show off that preparation, your interviewer will have already judged you based on their first impressions. You only get one shot at making a great impression, so stay focused on these five tips to… Read More »

It’s Time for Spring Cleaning: Update Your References

  When an interviewer asks for your references, you’re most likely on the shortlist for the position. Your references can make or break whether or not you receive the offer. When is the last time you thought about whom you have on your reference list? When you start your career, your references may be teachers,… Read More »

How to Excel in a Data Entry Job

  Data entry is a field that has been around as long as computers have existed, but over the decades, the nature of the work has changed significantly.  If you’re looking to enter the field, here are the things you need to know so you can excel in a data entry job. What is Data… Read More »

How to Write a Resume that Hiring Managers Will Love!

Your resume is a hiring manager’s first introduction to you, so it is important to hit the right notes. It takes talented hiring managers mere seconds to determine whether your resume is worth a closer look. Use these tips to create a resume hiring managers will love. Update Your Achievements Outdated achievements will not impress… Read More »