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2013 Resumes: Tips You Need To Know To Maximize Yours!

  POSTED ON JAN 7, 2013 IN HIRING HUB | 1 COMMENT Courtesy of Commpro.biz Happy 2013!  At the beginning of this new year, I compiled some of the most frequently asked resume writing and building tips.  The goal here is to help you on the road toward developing an awesome 2013 resume. Applicant Tracking […]

20 Resume Trends for 2013

by: lhgould Resumes in 2013 should be worded short, concise and to the point. Let’s take a few minutes to review new emerging trends for the resume for this upcoming year 2013. The resume still remains the essential tool for your job search but the ever changing explosion of new technology is re-shaping industry demands. The job seeker still needs the […]

2013 Resume Writing Trends

2013 Resume Writing Trends

  By Contributing Writer A new year has begun and that means new job hunting trends. While the resume has also played an important role, there are also new trends to which we must pay attention. The most important thing to remember in writing your resume is that 2013 is the year of showing, not […]

Job Hunting Etiquette

Job Hunting Etiquette

By Sheena Williams When you are out looking for a job, there are some things that go unspoken when you’re on the hunt, which is really too bad because they are things that are really basic, but they make a large impact on how you are perceived by future employers. Don’t worry though. We are […]

Body Language

Body Language

Body Language By Sheena Williams Reading people is an art that has been around for ages.  Watching the way others move can tell you a lot about what they are thinking and what they are trying to say. If you watch your employer when he/she speaks to staff, you can look for certain things that […]

5 Interview Questions You Should Always Prepare to Answer

  By ALISON GREEN March 6, 2013 RSS Feed Print   While you can never predict with certainty exactly what questions you’ll be asked in a job interview, some questions get asked so frequently that you’d be foolish not to prepare answers for them in advance. Here are five of the questions that you’ll most […]

Know What Makes You Great

Know What Makes You Great

Know What Makes You Great By Marissa Ermelinda Maldonado Searching for a good job can be time consuming and stressful and many people become discouraged when they go through numerous interviews and still turn up with no job offer in hand. One way to relieve stress is to know yourself and what makes you tick. […]

May Job Event Showcase Very Successful!

May Job Event Showcase Very Successful!

And they just kept coming and coming and coming…. “Coming to what” you ask? Almost 200 job applicants attended the May 22nd Advanced Job Search Event sponsored by Workforce Partners Management Group in conjunction with CampusJobXpress.com. This event, held at the Hampton Inn and Suites South in Waco, Texas, matched job seekers and screened applicants […]

Understanding Self

Understanding Self

This article provides a starting point for you as you begin your journey in search of a new direction for your life or your career. It sets the tone for all of the actions to follow. It reminds us that a healthy understanding of our past life patterns is a prerequisite to an effective transition […]

Your Local Workforce Center

Your Local Workforce Center

I know. It’s confusing. You go to your local workforce center and you look around. What do you see? First of all, you see an intimidating building filled with stressed government workers running about, frustrated job searchers staring at computer screens, and a whole list of events for you to choose from. Well never fear! […]

Playing It Safe

Playing It Safe

In a world of work deadlines, interviews and parking lots, it’s easy to get sucked into your thoughts. “I have to pick up the kids”, “I have to get these reports that are due in Mr. Smith’s office”, or “I have a late meeting to get to attend” are all things that fill our heads […]

Having A Job Worth Keeping

Having A Job Worth Keeping

Most people look for a job because of financial responsibility. Money is needed to pay the rent, buy groceries, and pay the bills. This is true in everyone’s life, but where does it say that you have to work just to earn money. You should enjoy what you do in your job. You should do […]

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