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As we make our way through busy, repetitive weeks, often times our minds begin to feel like they are functioning slower and losing alertness. This is because the brain needs exercise just as much as the rest of the body does. According to Victoria Xiao, TheLadders contributor, suggests that to ensure optimum and consistent performance,… Read more »

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Discussing salary during an interview can sometimes be intimidating, but if you come prepared, time it right and take cues from the employer you can avoid an awkward interview. According to CareerBuilder here are a few general rules to consider when bringing up salary in an interview: Time it right Don’t take the focus away… Read more »

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Congratulations and Thank You to Christine! Christine was nominated by her recruiter, Brooke, for her outstanding performance in her role as a Project Specialist. Throughout her placement she has thoroughly impressed all of us here, as well as her team at our client company. Thank you, Christine, we appreciate all that you do! Where are… Read more »

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Do you feel like you have landed in the job search black hole? Sometimes trying new job search methods can lead to unexpected positive results. TheLadders suggests these three innovative ways to grab your recruiter’s attention from the start. 1. Try a “Pain Letter” instead of a Cover Letter. A Pain Letter is a simple… Read more »

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Your LinkedIn summary is one of the most widely-read sections on your profile. This section should be used to hook the reader and persuade them to look further at your job history, education, certifications and awards. In fact, according to TheLadders, studies show that recruiters spend more than 90% of their time focused on your… Read more »

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There are a number of reasons you may have a gap in your work history. Whatever your situation, it’s often difficult to explain that employment gap to potential employers. According to CareerBuilder, here are three tips to help you prepare a perfect answer to a tough question. 1. Get comfortable with your pitch Practice focusing… Read more »