Posts from the ‘Job Search Survival Kit’ category

Job Interview Wins and Fails

You’ve done your research, chosen your outfit, performed your good luck dance… but what can you do on the day of your interview that’ll land you the job?

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Make Yourself Irresistibly Attractive to Employers: Dating Advice for Your Job Search

This Valentine’s Day, I have turned vegan when it comes to men, disregarding any square-jawed, broad-nosed, scruff-faced bloke that comes across my path. But just because…

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Job Interview Coming Up? Read This First

Lining up an interview is a huge win. Here are a few steps to take before the big day to make sure you present yourself professionally.

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3 Laughably Simple Rules for Getting Recommendation Letters

Asking for a recommendation letter or reference doesn’t have to be scary. Check out these super-simple tips to do it the right way.

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How to Write a Cover Letter That Doesn’t Suck

What’s the most tedious, painstaking part of the job application process? If you think it’s writing cover letters, you’re not alone. In the 2013 AfterCollege Job-Seeker…

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Getting Rejected Sucks. Here’s How to Deal.

We all deal with rejection at some point, especially in the job search. Here are some strategies to help you bounce back.

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5 Résumé Fails (And How to Fix Them)

It’s the first—and might be the only—impression you make on potential employers. Is your résumé working for you… or against you?

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4 Dead Easy New Year’s Resolutions for Job Search Success

True or false: It’s okay to put a picture of a laser-bearing T-rex on your résumé. For the answer, see our job search resolutions you can actually keep.

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Turn Up the Heat On Your Job Hunt During Winter Break

Home for the holidays? Make the most of your vacation by getting your parents involved in your job search. Here’s how to do it…

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Should You Be Tweeting Your Best Friends AND Future Employer?

Using social media to connect with friends? Simple. But should it be part of your job search? Make sure your online presence impresses potential employers.

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