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Should You Take a Seasonal Job?

Posted: 12.03.2015
There are no two ways about it: The most expensive—er, wonderful—time of year has arrived. Even with an inbox full of holiday deals, most of us are feeling our wallets pinch this month.

But there’s a financial and professional silver lining that you may have overlooked: The holiday season brings a huge surge of seasonal job opportunities.

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Relationships are the Key to Success when it comes to Finding that Perfect Career!

Posted: 12.03.2015
I’ve always loved words, and often create acronyms that help my audience remember how to achieve the goals they set for themselves – Relationships is one of those acronyms.

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Skills Not the Key to Workplace Success

Posted: 12.03.2015
In the 1960s and 70s, rock solid company loyalty was valued and rewarded in workplaces across America. In the 1980s, excellent people skills and the ability to communicate across generational lines were in high demand.

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The Importance of Having your International Credentials Recognized in Canada

Posted: 12.03.2015
Are you a recent immigrant to Canada looking for work or thinking of continuing your education? Have you been living in Canada for a number of years, but are not working in your professional field? Do you have a professional designation in your home country and are looking to attain the same level of professional recognition in Canada?

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Co-operative Education… Bridging the Gap Between School and Work

Posted: 12.02.2015
Co-operative Education is a program that integrates classroom theory with practical experience in the workplace. The current reality is that the majority of students are preparing to make transitions to a dynamic, demanding, and challenging workplace destination.

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Unemployed for a while? You can Overcome this Obstacle in your Resume

Posted: 12.02.2015
As a professional resume strategist, I often come across job seekers who have been out of the workforce for a period of time. Many of my clients are highly experienced professionals, who suddenly find themselves unemployed and looking for work. With loads of qualifications, most start their job search anticipating a quick shift into a new organization. Days turn into weeks, weeks into months, and months drag into years. In the early days of the job search, the resume produced a few interviews; now the same document is no longer working. Something drastic needs to be done to jump-start the interview activity again.

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10 Tips for Communicating Your Career Brand

Posted: 12.02.2015
What talents and strengths do you want to be known for in your career? What kind of employer will be drawn to, connect with, and pay a premium for that?

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Top 10 Recruiter Secrets

Posted: 12.02.2015
People often ask us to give us some tips on how to deal with recruiters within staffing firms. Knowing some behind-the-scenes things about recruiters will help you in making your job search more effective.

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Choose the Best Job for Your Strengths

Posted: 12.02.2015
The emotional rollercoaster of career transition can be discouraging, and it’s even worse when you’re not quite sure where you belong. Rest assured, there IS a place for everyone, and there is a job where you can be happy; you don’t have to be unhappy like so many people out there.

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Cold Calling Techniques

Posted: 12.02.2015
It is said that 80% or more of positions are filled through the hidden job market. The hidden job market is where a position is never advertised but is filled by someone who is known by the hiring person or hiring company either through a direct or indirect referral.

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