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Break FREE from Your Job Search!

As our Canadian friends celebrate Canada Day, Independence Day is just around the corner in the U.S. While both of these holidays are a great time to get together with family and friends, enjoy a picnic, watch a firework show, and celebrate freedom, it’s also an opportunity to declare independence from your job search. 778 more words

How to Follow Up After an Interview

Navigating the job search, acing interviews, and creating resumes can be challenging. We know there’s a lot to learn about these processes, and I want to help you by answering your questions. 489 more words

Tips for Life after Graduation and Landing a Job

While graduating from college or high school can be an intimidating time, there’s hope for recent graduates in the job search. According to a survey by Michigan State University, 97% of employers plan to hire at least one new college graduate this year. 745 more words

Four Things to do the Night Before an Interview

Congrats! Your job search is progressing and you’ve landed an interview. Your excitement and nerves are probably both in overdrive. Having a plan to prepare for the big day is one way to stay in control and set yourself up for success. 682 more words

How to Build a List of References

Navigating the job search, acing interviews, and creating resumes can be challenging. We know there’s a lot to learn about these processes, and we want to help you by answering your questions. 465 more words

How to Get Past the Recruiter

Making it past that initial job application phase to reach an interview is one of the biggest hurdles job seekers face. It can feel like you’re sending your information into a black hole. 588 more words

Recruiter Corner: How To Create and Sustain Successful Partnerships

Many independent recruiters work alone, but once their business grows they often seek out partners. Below are a few tips on how recruiters can create and sustain successful partnerships: 352 more words

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