Give Me One Reason 

An employer only needs ONE reason to screen out a resume and not call someone in for an interview. Experts say it typically takes hiring managers 6–10 seconds to scan through a resume and decide whether a job candidate is worthy of a face–to–face interview. 

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Why LinkedIn Should be in Your Career Toolkit

Knowing who’s who is another form of currency in the employment world, known as “Networking.” Networking through social media platforms is another opportunity for individuals to interact and create professional contacts. I will highlight how having a professional LinkedIn profile can maximize your networking potential and employment opportunities.

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Can Employers Ask That? Identifying and responding to illegal job interview questions, innocent or otherwise.

Putting your picture, listing your marital status, age, or religious affiliation on your resume is appropriate in other countries. However, this practice makes American Human Resource staff shriek in horror.

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Fuel Your Energy Bus

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“If you want to change your situation, you must first change your thoughts.” Having a grateful and positive mind can significantly impact your life personally and on the job. If you aspire to succeed in your career, your energy and response to difficult circumstances play an important role. 

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