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8 Ways To Be Less Nervous About Your Next Job Interview

Job interviews can be nerve wracking for both interviewees and interviewers. Because you’re naturally nervous, you are likely to not be as on top of your game as you’d be in more relaxed circumstances, but there are steps that you…

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The Pros and Cons of Sassy Job Titles

Social Media Ninja. Email Marketing Guru. Director of First Impressions. If you’re involved in the job search right now, chances are you’ve come across at least a couple of these unusual job listings. With recruiters and employers pulling out all the…

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Look Before You Accept!

The market is on a tear in the LA area and you are on your third or fourth interview in the past few weeks. The calls keep coming in and opportunities abound, but you have a good job and want…

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5 Ways to Make Employers Fall in Love With You

It’s Valentine’s Day; who doesn’t want to be madly in love? And I’m not just talking about your relationship with that special someone, but your employer (or desired employer). It may sound creepy, but think about it: What job seeker…

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You Have the Offer… It Still Doesn’t Mean You Have the Job

It is quite easy to get caught up in all the excitement of receiving an offer and that’s good – you should celebrate! However, this does not mean you’re a slam dunk into the seat of your new desk. Actions…

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Karma’s a Beach — A Summer Blog

The concept of karma is not new – in fact, it’s one of the oldest ideas known to humanity. The idea that what we do today affects us tomorrow is as true today as it was at the beginning of time. …

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Interview Your Recruiter

One of the best resources you can utilize during your job search is a professional recruiter. There are many great articles about how to work effectively with a recruiter, including a recent post on the Technical Connections blog (How to…

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You Just Gave Notice, Now What?

So you just landed the perfect new job, have given your two-week notice, turned down their counteroffer and need to figure out what to do with yourself at work as you wind down. First of all, it’s very important that…

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