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Losing job opportunities because of social media

Just read this article “Social Media Manners Matter, Job Recruiters.” Say. I am hoping you read this so your maximize your job opportunities and don’t minimize them. http://tinyurl.com/kvm96fh. It is a quick and worthwhile read for job seekers, so take a look when you have a moment to you don’t unintentionally lose desired job opportunities.  Hopefully, most […]

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Job Seekers, Long-term Employment Not a Plus

You would think that showing long-term employment with a particular company would be a definite plus for job seekers on a resume. After all it shows loyalty and what employer wouldn’t like that. But job seekers beware, particularly if it’s the only company you have been employed. When it comes to the job search, this […]

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How’s Your Credit Report?

Wow, just read an article at http://www.epspros.com/NewsResources/Newsletters?find=13102 that states that “recent surveys indicate that approximately 60 percent of employers use credit histories in some portion of their hiring decisions, up from just 19 percent in 19964 and 35 percent in 2001.” With this current economy and the housing debacle that could impact the hiring of a […]

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Go On. Get Out There!

Happy Belated New Year! I am going to be writing and bringing lots of new information through my blog as the year continues, so I hope you find it interesting. I was reading an article titled “The Don’ts For Applying For a Job” and they had about 10 points. There were two that I thought […]

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LinkedIn – How to get started

If you are seeking a job, you have probably heard about LinkedIn and the need to create a profile and network on this site. I know it can be overwhelming if you aren’t used to social media, but LinkedIn is the #1 professional social marketing site, so you need to get started. I can offer […]

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