Interview Preparation with Smart 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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NAFTA and Job Search in Canada

Canadian Job Search Expert Daisy Wright offers information about how workers change countries under NAFTA.

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Moving to Canada? The New Canadian Immigration Rules

Canadian Job Search Expert Daisy Wright explains Canada’s new selection criteria for people seeking to immigrate to Canada.

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The Canadian SIN Card – You Can’t Job Search without It (in Canada)

Canadian Job Search Expert Daisy Wright explains what a SIN number is, when it is used, and where you get one.

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How to Avoid Common Mistakes in Your Job Search Follow-Up

Job Search Mindset Expert Harry Urschel describes the positive impact of good follow up in landing a job, and how the common excuses/reasons for not following up fail.

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How to Stand Out and Be Memorable in a Job Interview

Job Search Mindset Expert Harry Urschel Harry Urschel explains why and how job seekers can stand out from the crowd of others interviewed that day or for that job.

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Lots of Interviews But NO Job Offers?

Job Search Mindset Expert Harry Urschel offers possible explanations plus tips for recovering, when you get job interviews but no job offers.

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Going too Far “Outside the Box” to Attract Attention

Job Search Mindset Expert Harry Urschel suggests how you can set yourself apart from other job seekers without going too far ‘outside the box.’

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Master These 6 Essential New Job Search Procedures

Job Search Navigation Expert Hannah Morgan describes 6 new strategies for job search success.

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4 Ways to Avoid a Toxic Workplace for Your Next Job

Career coach Bob McIntosh shares how to gather information about a prospective employer to avoid taking a job with an employer that has a toxic workplace.

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Avoid Career/Job Mistakes with Informational Interviews

Informational interviews can save you from making career mistakes and can also improve your knowledge and network.

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6 Steps: Pulling Together Your Job Search Gear

Hannah Morgan describes the gear you need for an effective job search.

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Resumes for the Unemployed and Overqualified

Martin Yate explains how to create an effective resume even if you are unemployed and overqualified.

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Guide to Effective Resumes and Cover Letters

In this section, find articles, videos, and resume examples to help you create an effective resume for a successful job search today in the new era of technology for recruiting.

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Supercharge Your Resume & Cover Letter: Respond to These 6 Key Phrases in Job Postings

Martin Yate helps you identify the transferable skills required by some ‘meaningless’ terms used in job postings, so you can address what the employer really wants to know about you.

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How International Job Search Is Different from Job Search at Home

International Job Search Expert Megan Fitzgerald describes how international job search differs from local job search and how to manage them.

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Bad Assumptions About Networking That Are Making Your Job Search Harder

Susan P. Joyce explains how the holidays provide great opportunities to network your way to a new job while you party!

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How to Become a Boomerang Employee

If you enjoyed working for a former employoer, consider becoming a boomerang employee — being rehired by a former employer. The result can be a great new job, often through an employee referral by a former co-worker.

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4 Steps to Build a More Effective Job Search Network

Job-Hunt’s Job Search Networking Expert Arnie Fertig shares 4 tips for building a great network for your job search and career.

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Communicating Effectively with Your Network

Tips for how to communicate effectively with your network.

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