How to Leverage Transferable Skills In Your Job Search

by Guest Author,  Frankie Wallace Are you considering a career change or embarking on a job search to find your first “real” job? Highlighting your transferable skills in your resume, cover letter, and interview is essential if you want the best chance at landing your next role. But what exactly are transferable skills? Definition of…

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These Overlooked Interview Mistakes Are Costing You The Job

by Guest Author, Adunola Adeshola With tons of job interview advice out there on how to best prepare for an interview, it’s easy to think that simply practicing your responses in front of a mirror ahead of the interview will help you land the job. Yet, as a career coach who helps corporate high-achievers go…

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Why Now is the Best Time to Start Your Career in the Logistics Sector

by Guest Author, Lucy Wyndham Economics research firms report that nearly 31% of grocery products in American stores were out of stock in recent weeks. Clearly, current events are putting tremendous pressure on global supply chains that are already suffering a shortage of drivers. Indeed, everyone from food delivery to freight companies are looking for drivers, making…

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Is Embellishing Expected on a Resume?

by Guest Author, Samantha Nolan Dear Sam: It seems when I read the resumes of my friends and colleagues, they consistently claim accomplishments that seem exceptionally impressive and make me question the strength of my resume. Is it normal to embellish on a resume and stretch the truth to make yourself sound like a stronger…

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Job Search Success Strategies If You’re Over 50

by Guest Author, Robin Ryan   “I read about all the labor shortages, and hear that other colleagues are landing new, high-paying jobs, so why can’t I get one?” asked Cathy, a director in her late 50s. “I think it’s because of age discrimination. My resume gets recruiters to call, and they set up the…

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