Learn a Second Language for Your Career

learn a second language

by guest author, Frankie Wallace No matter what age you are, it is never too late to learn a second language. In addition to gaining the ability to meet new people and expand your mind, becoming fluent in a foreign language is a great way to find a job either at home or internationally in…

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Speed Up Your Job Search in 2022

speed up your job search

Looking for a new job? Do you wish you had a magic wand to wave and magically speed up your job search? Well, we don’t have one either, but we do have some tips that may help you find that dream job faster. Be sure to leave your tips for fellow job seekers in the…

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How to Make Job Hopping Look Good in an Interview

job hopping

Do you have some job-hopping on your resume? What is Job-Hopping? A job hopper is someone who switches jobs every one or two years on their own accord.  According to the US Labor of Statistics, an employee in the U.S. stays with their employer for an average of 4.6 years. If you are a freelancer…

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January is the Best Time to Apply for a New Job

January is the Best Time to Apply for a New Job

Planning to apply for a new job? Now is a perfect time. Do you know why? New Year, new beginnings. However, this is especially true in 2022 following “The Great Resignation.” Oh, and have you heard that there is a worker shortage in almost every industry? January is a common month for companies to open…

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How to Write a Killer Resume for the Software Sector

by Lucy Wyndham, guest author Whether you’ve worked in the technology sector for years or are changing career paths, a standout resume for the software sector is key to getting the job you want. The software sector is growing and evolving rapidly, and now more than ever, software companies are looking for stellar additions to…

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The Importance of Being Culturally Sensitive When Applying for a Job

Culturally Sensitive

by Frankie Wallace, a guest writer Nowadays, most employers understand the importance of being culturally sensitive. It promotes acceptance and inclusion for everyone in the workplace, no matter their background. It creates a safer work environment, makes employees more comfortable, and boosts overall job satisfaction while encouraging collaboration.  But, it’s not just employers who should…

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Four Things Recruiters Don’t Want to See in a Resume

Four Things Recruiters Don’t Want to See in a Resume

by guest author, Emma Carter Recruiters who review countless resumes can identify various red flags in these documents. However, if you can’t determine which are the bad ones, you may end up hiring the wrong candidate.   You need to determine which resume errors to ignore and which will make you look for another candidate. If…

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4 Things to Add to Your LinkedIn Profile Right Now

4 Things to Add to Your LinkedIn Profile Right Now

You may think you already have a great LinkedIn profile, but there are always little tweaks that can be made to make it even better. You may not know what those tweaks are or how to do them, which is where we come in! In this blog post, we’ll cover four things you should add…

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10 Industries Hiring Right Now

10 Industries Hiring Right Now

2021 has had its share of ups and downs but for the most part, it was better than 2020 economically. More companies have created new jobs which provide opportunities for job seekers across America! If you are getting ready to look for a new career the following positions are open in a lot of markets…

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