3 Simple Ways to Show Your Personality in Your Job Search

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Your job search is obviously serious and a way to show your professional experience and skills. That being said, it’s also important to showcase your personality to hiring managers. Here are three simple ways to do so. 1. Be Original in Your Cover Letter The way you write your cover letter and the specific information… Read more »

Do’s and Don’ts: Toxic Co-Worker Edition

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While some co-workers may be difficult, a toxic co-worker brings a distinctive brand of disharmony to the workplace. Abby Curnow-Chaves outlines some common behaviors in the Harvard Business Review including: Backstabbing, criticizing and blaming Gossiping and spreading rumors Hoarding information Purposely undermining others If this sounds like someone you work with, here are some do’s… Read more »

Rejected From a Job? See Why a Follow-Up Email Could Benefit You in the Long Run

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Not getting the job can be frustrating and disappointing, especially if you and/or your recruiter spent a lot of time on the potential assignment. So you may not always feel inclined to thank a company for their time. But in reality, it’s very important to send a follow-up email which can benefit you in a… Read more »

Exciting Candidates Come From Exciting Job Descriptions

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Writing a great job description is somewhat of an art. If you expect to land exciting candidates with the knowledge and skills you’re looking for, you need to write an exciting job description that covers all the angles. Here are some tips to help you with this process. Make Your Company Sound Exciting You really… Read more »