The Biggest Mistakes Engineers Make in their Job Search

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It only takes one slip-up to destroy your chances of landing your dream engineering job. Throughout your search and interviewing process, take steps to avoid the most common mistakes made by today’s job hunters. In Your Search Process A well-planned job search covers all the bases. Avoid the following: Failure to have a plan: Unless… Read more »

How to Become a Workplace Leader

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People tend to equate workplace leadership with a specific position. But a title isn’t required to be a true leader. Leadership is the ability to influence others to achieve better results for themselves, their team and their company. The most effective leaders have a strong sense of self – and they understand the qualities that… Read more »

Looking for an Accounting Job You’ll Hate? Keep Doing these Things!

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As you search for your next accounting job, you can set your direction for either success or failure. It might seem obvious that you would choose the former, but make sure you avoid paths that may ultimately lead to career unhappiness. They may not be that easy to spot at first. Avoid these surefire traps… Read more »

To Land Your Dream Administrative Job, Avoid Making These Mistakes!

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  When you’re vying for your dream job, it’s important to make a good first impression. While this is true in any field, it is especially crucial for administrative professionals. After all, you are likely to be the face and voice of your company – the first person who comes in contact with customers and… Read more »

5 Things You Need to Stand Out at Your Next Job Fair

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  Success at job fairs is all about the impression you make. Use these tips to leave recruiters and potential future employers with the idea that you are the candidate they’ve been looking for. Do your research. Research participating companies, so you are perceived as knowledgeable and interested. Create a prioritized list of companies that… Read more »

Ring in the New Year with a New Call Center Career: Here’s How

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    If you’re passionate about customer service, 2016 can be the year that you launch or advance your call center career. Call centers employ a range of professionals in a variety of roles, from service representatives to senior managers. This could be the time to find the career niche within the call center industry… Read more »

How to Make 2016 the Year You Find Your Dream Job

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The New Year looks promising for job seekers. The devastating recession that hit several years ago is behind us – and the hiring landscape is promising. For instance, the annual Job Outlook Survey by NACE (the National Association of Colleges and Employers) reports that in 2016, companies plan to hire 11 percent more new graduates than… Read more »

How to Show You’re Thankful at Work – Even if You Have to Bend the Truth

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If you’re in a job that you really dislike, but can’t afford to leave, life can be miserable at times. With the holidays approaching, you want to be in a positive mood – and maintaining a thankful attitude requires a lot of courage and faith. Negativity brings everyone and everything down. It will not only… Read more »

How to Trim the Fat from Your Resume

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Your resume is your primary marketing tool. Think of it as a print advertisement for a very important product: you! Would you read a three-page ad? Probably not. And neither will most hiring managers. In fact, the average time that a screener spends on initial resume review is just six seconds. So when it comes… Read more »

5 Tips to Steer Clear of Office Gossip – and the Drama that Follows

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Fostering relationships with co-workers is essential, but your professional life is most secure if you stay away from office gossip. Don’t let workplace socializing spill over into demoralizing gossip or impair your ability to get your job done and get ahead. Gossip is a downward spiral that can lead to diminished productivity, resentment, shattered morale… Read more »

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