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10 Rules for Using Social Media to Get a Job

You probably use social media often in your personal life, but it’s valuable for advancing your professional life as well. The majority of recruiters and hiring managers use social media in some manner to find and evaluate candidates. This means it’s an incredibly useful tool for job seekers, but it must be used correctly. Here…

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Benefits of Having a Job Search Partner

It’s easier to reach your goals when you work with another person. Think about it: If you want to commit to a workout routine it’s easier if you have a partner, same if you want to start a business. There are countless other examples. Even for introverts, going at it alone just isn’t as effective…

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Easy Ways to Maximize Outplacement Services

It’s a difficult day. You’ve just been let go from your job. One comfort you have in this otherwise unfortunate situation is you received a severance package. As part of this, you are getting outplacement services, but what does this really mean? Outplacement services provide assistance to employees in finding new work. After losing a job, the prospect…

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10 Ways to Test the Waters Before Diving Into a New Career

The alarman jump diving from pier into seam blares as you struggle to blink open your eyes for another routine morning. You’ll head into the same job you’ve worked at in the same old industry for the last 20 or more years. It used to be your passion, but now it’s just bland. You often feel empty and spend your day dreaming of something more than just a paycheck.

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Updated Job Search Tips for New Graduates

  This year millions of college graduates donned a cap and gown and reached out on that stage for the diploma they’ve worked so hard to earn. Now comes the real adventure: getting a job in their chosen profession. Of course, before the job comes the job search. Well-meaning friends, parents, and relatives are all ready…

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How to Find a Job When You’re Relocating

New York City, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Chicago, or Washington, D.C.? Relocating to these cities — or anywhere else in the country — can make for an exciting opportunity. You’ll have the chance to live a new lifestyle, move into a new house, make new friends and enjoy new experiences.But to make the most of your new location,…

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5 Job Search Tips After Getting Fired

Job searching is never easy. Job searching after being let go is downright excruciating. With nerves up and confidence down, how can you find a job after you get let go? Getting fired is difficult no matter the circumstances. However, you’re not the first person to get fired and you won’t be the last. There…

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What to Look for in An Offer Letter

After applying GetFive’s proven method and strategic approach to decision making and job searching you’ve finally received thing you’ve been working towards – an offer letter from a great company. But before you rush into the job, it’s critical that you carefully review what they’ve given you. While it’s not an official employment contract, an…

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