Is Your Next Call Center Job in Social Media Messaging?

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Technology is transforming many aspects of modern business. One trend in particular that’s gaining momentum is using social media messaging for customer service. Let’s now take a closer look at this trend and see what it means for call center jobs. A Social Media Explosion According to Statista, there were 2.46 billion global social media… Read more »

Will You Find Your First Job in 2018 on Google for Jobs?

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It seems that Google has its hand in everything these days, and the recruitment market is no exception. In May 2017, Google unveiled “Google for Jobs,” which is designed to allow people to use their products to find work. Let’s discuss the basics of how it works and key features that can help your job… Read more »

Our Five Best Job Tips from 2017

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A lot goes into a successful job search. It requires proper planning, strategizing and in many cases, a bit of patience. During the course of 2017, we’ve given job seekers plenty of advice for streamlining their efforts and increasing their odds of success. Here are five of our best job tips. 1. Always Be on… Read more »

What You Can and Can’t Control in Your Job Search

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A job search can be frustrating at times even for the brightest and most qualified candidates. Sometimes you may feel as if the effort you’re putting forth is simply in vain, and you just can’t seem to catch a break. In turn, it’s easy to become disheartened. Having the right mental approach is critical for… Read more »

The Best Method to Building Your Reference List

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“References can serve as a final confirmation of your skills, abilities and verification of positive on-the-job performance.” Here is an effective method for building your reference list to make a positive impression on recruiters. Compile a List of People Who Could Help You’ll typically need between three and five people on your reference list, so… Read more »

Struggling to Sleep? 4 Methods to Get a Good Night’s Rest!

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You could make the argument that the United States has a collective sleep deficit. According to Gallup, “Americans currently average 6.8 hours of sleep at night, down more than an hour from 1942.” This is problematic because sleep deprivation can have a host of negative side effects such as memory problems, impaired judgment and even… Read more »

Win the Interview Before You Even Sit Down

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According to research, “33 percent of bosses know within the first 90 seconds of an interview whether they will hire someone.” That statistic emphasizes the importance of making a great first impression and getting things started on the right foot. While your performance during the actual interview is important, there are a few things you… Read more »

How to Make the Right Connection in the Cover Letter

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Studies show recruiters receive an average of 250 cover letters for each job position, and they spend an average of five to seven seconds looking at each one. To be effective, you must make a connection in your cover letter and do it quickly. Here are best practices to accomplish that quick connection and increase… Read more »

How Does the Gig Economy Help You Earn Extra Cash?

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The gig economy has experienced a big surge in recent years. We’re now seeing more people working as freelancers or independent contractors for short-term engagements. According to research by Intuit, “The gig economy is now estimated to be about 34 percent of the workforce and expected to be 43 percent by 2020.” Here’s why you… Read more »

Specific Answers Lead to Job Interview Success? {INFOGRAPHIC}

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