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    6 to 20% Employers look up your Social Networking page

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    Enjoying the anonymity of the internet in social networking? Are you revealing a bit more in Orkut, Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, or BlogSpot? Extreme political opinions, photos, college pranks, weekend preferences and more? An increasingly popular trend, graduates stepping out of universities and looking ahead for their first interviews are closing their social networking pages. Reason: Big brother is watching. Job ... Read More »

    7 Resume Editing Tips

    Resume Writing

      It’s amazing what a well-written and nicely presented resume can do for your job search. Before you send yours out, follow this checklist to ensure you are sending out an excellent quality representation of yourself. Grammar, spelling, punctuation Use the grammar and spell check function, then print it out and read the document word for word. Spell checker doesn’t ... Read More »

    10 Career Change Myths

    Career Change

      Career Myth #1: You can’t make a living doing something you really, truly love This is the grand-daddy of career myths, the belief that you can’t have a “practical” career doing something that you were passionate about. It has to be one or the other. This myth is rooted in fear. Fear that we have to sacrifice our happiness ... Read More »

    10 Tips To Resign Your Job With Professionalism And Pride

    Caree Change - Resigning

      Congratulations! You just got an offer for a wonderful new job. There’s just one catch. You have to say good-by to your current employer. Maybe you loved your job and you face an emotional farewell. Or you maybe you hated every minute and you’ve been counting the days till you could walk out the door one last time. Clients ... Read More »

    1000 things you don’t want in your job hunt

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      GOING ONLY FOR BRANDING Do you stick only to the top name job boards or portals? If yes, you are denying your chances of getting into specialized positions. Specialized groups or non-enterprise companies often steer clear of top names. Choose your resume posting based on the kind of recruiters that visit a given job boards. OUTSOURCING YOUR JOB HUNT ... Read More »

    If Your Resume is the Cake, Your Cover Letter is the Icing.

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      Cover letter writing is almost as important a skill for a job seeker to learn as resume writing.  The cover letter accompanies the resume at all times as the primary support document.  Whether you use traditional mail, email, faxing, or another type of electronic submission, this should always be sent with the resume.  There are, of course, other tools ... Read More »

    New Job Blues … Now What?”

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      You’ve landed what you thought was the job of your dreams. Each stage of the interview went smoothly – you sold them on your skills and expertise, and your prospective boss sold you on the position and benefits of joining the company. He/she seemed excited about extending an offer. And then, with offer in hand, it was thrilling to ... Read More »

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