Article – “Here’s How to Get the Job, Even if You are Underqualified”

young_and_old250Sometimes your dream job seems a bit out of reach.  Learn how to get the job, even if you are not quite qualified for it.  Learn tips such as highlighting the skills you do have, stay positive and focus on your potential.  Peter Jones of the Job Network explains how to reach for the job that you might have otherwise written off as unattainable.

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Article – “Five Keys For Making A Career Change “


Career changes and job searches have many similarities as well as quite a few differences.  Many people change careers, how can you ensure that your career change is a success?  Read Chelsea Krost’s article and learn more.  From recognizing your skills, knowing what you want, testing the waters and more, you will learn how to start a smart career change.

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Article – “Accelerate Your Job Search by Honing Your Soft Skills”

shaking-hands-over-an-interview1Soft skills and hard skills are both essential for a job search.  But soft skills often fall by the wayside during a job search.  Read more to find out not only why it’s important to hone your soft skills during a job search but learn more about soft skills in general.  What are they and why are they important?  From interpersonal communication to how you can relate to others and more, soft skills are harder to define than hard skills, but no less important.

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Article – “Three Secrets Of Every Successful Job Search Or Career Change”

University student listening to music and holding laptop, studio shotA lot of people contemplate starting a job search or a career change.  Some are more successful than others.  A successful job search or career change has many factors, length of search, landing a position, landing the right position.  The list can go on.  Read Kitty Boitnott’s article to learn more.  From ensuring that you know what you want as you start your job search to understanding what tools or resources you need as you conduct your job search or career change.  And finally making sure you are willing to continually carry out the process.  No job search or career change happens over night, it takes time and patience.

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Article – “How to Keep Your Stealth Job Search Quiet”

Conducting any job search is stressful and each one comes with its own unique set of challenges.  A stealth job search can be the start of leaving behind a job or company where you felt stifled or unhappy.  However, it does come with its own unique set of challenges.  Read Liz Ryan’s article to learn how to successfully conduct a job search, while remaining in your current position.  From emphasizing while networking that you are conducting a stealth job search to ensuring your LinkedIn settings don’t spark red flag to colleagues or your boss.

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