Build Your Personal SEO: The 25 Best Keywords for You in Your Job Search

Build your personal SEO with the 25 best keywords for your job search so your resume and LinkedIn Profile appear in the right search results for you.

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Sample Thank You Note for a Job Referral

Susan P. Joyce offers a sample job interview thank you note for a job referral.

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Answering Interview Questions Employers Ask During the Coronavirus Pandemic

How to answer 9 job interview questions you can expect the employer to ask during the pandemic.

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10 Step Interview Preparation Plan: The Winning Difference in 2021

Susan Joyce offers 10 types of research in 2021 that will prepare you to impress employers in your next job interview.

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The Best LinkedIn Job Title When You Are Unemployed

The best job title to use on LinkekdIn when you are unemployed.

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4 LinkedIn Icebreakers (with Sample Messages)

Learn 4 ways to break the ice to connect with someone you don’t know using LinkedIn including sample messages to use as examples for creating your own efforts.

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Job Interview Question: Why Should We Hire YOU? (Plus Sample Answers!)

The why-should-we-hire-you job interview question is tough to answer unless you use the strategies in this article to emphasize how your qualifications and experience fit THIS job.

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How to Answer This Interview Question: Tell Me About Yourself (Smart 2-Part Answer!)

Answer the ‘Tell me about yourself’ question carefully with a focus on how you are the perfect candidate for their job.

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Formal Job Interview Thank You Note Samples

Susan P. Joyce offers sample formal job interview thank you letters and notes.

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Job Interview Question: What’s Your Greatest Weakness? (Plus Sample Answers & 70+ Possible Weaknesses!)

The tricky greatest-weakness interview question can be answered 3 ways, and these 70+ weakness examples give you ideas on how you can pick your best ‘weaknesses’ for your next job interview.

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Jobs Open in Washington, DC

Now, focus the search results on the job you want in the location you want: In the What box, type a job title (driver, nurse, painter, etc.), discipline (accounting, marketing, sales, etc.), and/or job type (part-time, seasonal, contract, etc.). In the Where box, type your preferred location (city name or zip code). What: Where: Find […]

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Jobs Open in Louisiana

Now, focus the search results on the job you want in the location you want: In the What box, type a job title (driver, nurse, painter, etc.), discipline (accounting, marketing, sales, etc.), and/or job type (part-time, seasonal, contract, etc.). In the Where box, type your preferred location (city name or zip code). What: Where: Find […]

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Hit Pause! Take Today Off!

Yes, that’s right. Take today off. No job hunting. No interviews. No follow-up. No chores. No tasks. No worrying. No planning. No fretting. Today is a “Pause Day.” Sometimes the only way we can move forward is to pause. A pause day is a day to renew ourselves, and draw an emotional line in the […]

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Jobs in Academia and Education

For more employer listings in the United States, visit your state’s page in Job-Hunt’s list of job search resources by state. You’ll find links in your state for both K-12 and local colleges and universities. If you are looking for a summer job, check out Freelancing, Consulting, Contracting, and Temping for additional options. The Top […]

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Understanding Non-Compete Agreements

A non-compete agreement is a contract between you and your current, and — possibly — former, employers that usually imposes some limitations to your employment options after you no longer work for this employer. Typically, the employer requires employees to sign a non-compete to protect the organization from an employee taking important competitive information with […]

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Successful Rejection Follow-Up Example

Here’s a recent success story from one of our clients that should motivate you to follow up after each and every rejection you get from employers. “No” Doesn’t Mean “Never!” Because, as we preach continually, when an employer says “No” it doesn’t mean “Never.” The rejection only means “Not today.” Not this job. Not now. You can do […]

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Search Smarter: 7 Great Ways to Leverage Google’s Power for Your Job Search

Learn how to tap into Google’s power, making your Google searches more effective by leveraging these 7 tips for your job search.

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Advantages & Disadvantages of Working for a Fortune 500 Employer

If you want to work for a large, well-known employer, Susan P. Joyce shares some of the advantages and disadvantages of working for a Fortune 500 employer after having worked for one for more than 10 years.

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Interview Preparation with Smart Google Research

Follow these 5 steps to be very well prepared for your next interview. This research will take less than 30 minutes but will help you to understand the good and the potential bad aspects of the employer plus the commute and the news.

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50+ Google Searches to Avoid Bad Employers and Pending Layoffs

Use these 50 Google searches to help you avoid taking a job with a bad employer or to discover if the employer is having layoffs or if layoffs may be pending soon.

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