I have been a recruiter forever. Here are some tips:

If you are really in a push and need a a job asap do 2 things- 1) Create a resume and post it on web sites. That is called being a passive candidate- letting the people come to you. Here are some sites to post it on- Monster.com , indeed.com, dice.com, careerbuilder.com, glassdoor.com, your local craigslist, and Ziprecruiter. This is not all of them but probably the best of them. Put your... see more

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If you think you nailed that interview or the recruiter said, Keep in touch, don't just sit and wait for the phone to ring with a job offer. Instead, be proactive. There are things you should do after a job interview that can increase the odds of getting a second interview or landing a job offer.

Learn the best way to follow up after a job interview. Following-up after a job interview is one of the smartest things you can do to help get you... see more

Yes, I always do this and I think it is just a polite way to keep the door open.

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What I love about Sales is building relationships and helping to solve the needs of my clients. Through building strong relationships, it allows the company that I represent to build strong retention and long with lasting relationships. I strive hard to be honest and ethical. And along those lines, to represent myself, my company , and my family with the upmost integrity that I can.

That's amazing Jimmy Atkin ! It sounds like you have wonderful traits that make you a successful sales... see more

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Nice to meet you

Hi fire hero , it looks like you're trying to reach out to a specific employer. If that's the case, please contact... see more

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Dealing With Long Term Unemployment

It is the worst nightmare you have ever had. You have been out of a job for several months. You feel yourself slowly losing your mind and may even begin to have feelings of despair.

For months, you’ve exercised all the job search strategies imaginable but with no success. Meanwhile,
your work mindset is losing it's appeal and your career clock is ticking away quickly. As if that's not enough, money is... see more

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I needed to read this. And to come back and read it again.

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Cara Mcilwaine This is great information.

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I make friends quick even if I don't want to, I do my best to work hard, and I try my hardest to make correct decisions

That's a good natural talent to have Lukus Davidson ! I'm sure it's much better than the other way around (not... see more

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The old saying, “You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression” has never been more true than when it comes to hiring events and job fairs.

Job fair and hiring event preparation happens long before you walk into the event, so take as much time as possible in the days leading up to prepare.

Here are our six tips on how to showcase your best self at these events, and increase your chances of landing a job.

Bring copies of your... see more

Thanks for the Information it was very helpful.

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I like working with people and helping them with whatever is necessary and ideal for them.

When I start working I can give to you the comments that I always talk about and that is good Things that are... see more

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So I was referred to this company for a job interview I had my Hope's high i went in very professional the interviewer, interviewed me had me meet the whole staff I was interviewed by two other staff members that gave me really good feedback on the interview told me I am a great candidate then the 1st interviewer came back in the room and told me that she will be given me call on Monday....Monday came around and no call so I waited to Tuesday... see more

Chances are they whittled it down to the top 3-4, then did a CBA (Cost Benefit Analysis) There was a 1/3 chance you... see more

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I love working with people

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Hi Melinda Price ,

Thank you for posting in the Jobcase community

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Tip No.3: Socialize

So far, we've set goals and began celebrating! Next, it's time to socialize.

Intense job hunting can be an isolating endeavor; don’t let it hinder your relationships. Friends and family are excellent sources of motivation and happiness… lean on them! You can use this time to explore more about yourself and find new hobbies. Join a book club or go to networking events in your area. You never know who you’ll meet along the... see more

This is so crucial. You may feel the urge to shut yourself inside until you land a position, but living the hermit... see more

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