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5 Critical Resume Questions Answered

Do you ever feel like you research something and never get a straight answer? I feel like this happens to me all the time. It’s amazing how much information is out on the web and how conflicting it all is. This short blog will run through some obvious and not-so-obvious answers to some of the […]

Starting Your First Week

To continue on the series from the last few weeks, job preparedness is key when starting out your first week of work. There are a few simple things you can do to ensure your first week is not only productive but also smooth sailing! These simple items include: Wednesday Start Date Review your wardrobe and […]

Accepting the Job Offer

It’s amazing how exciting it is to receive an offer letter. It’s the sign that you’re almost done with your job search. Note the keyword- almost. You now have to decide if you accept or decline. During the interviewing process you will find that at some point the question of salary range comes up. This […]

Figuring Out Your Salary Range

Job searching seems to be one of the most complicated tasks these days and it is so difficult to know where to start. The obvious place to start is to put together your resume, figure out your goals, what your ideal next move is, and then begin. Many forget that you also want to put […]

Should I Include An Objective?

Many wonder if the objective is needed when writing a resume. For those of you who just want the answer, it is no. Do not spend one minute longer contemplating this question! Firstly however, please note that this blog was written in the summer of 2012. In 2014 the answer may suddenly be ‘yes’ but […]

How to Apply For Jobs via E-mail

Take a breath and smile, you’re done preparing your perfectly tailored cover letter and resume for that exciting position. Now all you need to do is apply. The question is, how do you apply for a position when you need to send an e-mail? Do you paste your cover letter in the body of the […]