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Things to Consider When Evaluating a Job Offer

Posted by on Feb 26, 2015 in Featured, Home, Job Searching | Comments Off on Things to Consider When Evaluating a Job Offer

Things to Consider When Evaluating a Job Offer

Before you accept a job offer, you need to take some time making sure that the job is exactly what you have been searching for. Be sure to consider these points while evaluating a job offer: You need to consider not only the compensation laid out in the job offer, but also the compensation value of their benefits package. Even if your salary is non-negotiable, there is still the matter of non-financial compensation such as health care, vacation days, and even start dates. Once you understand what is being offered to you and the financial impact of the entire package, you will have an easier...

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What Recruiters Look for in a New Hire

Posted by on Aug 16, 2014 in Employment News, Featured, Home | Comments Off on What Recruiters Look for in a New Hire

What Recruiters Look for in a New Hire

Job hunting nowadays is very competitive, so it’s time to put your best foot forward to snag that position you’ve had your eye on. But what do recruiters look for in a new hire? You may be surprised by the answers! 1. An error-free resume A resume with spelling and grammatical errors is a sign of a person who’s not meticulous enough to proofread their work. Why should they hire you if you can’t even get your resume right? 2. A good first impression A well-dressed applicant with a positive attitude trumps unprepared and disheveled. So put on your best business outfit,...

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Filling in Your Resume Gaps

Posted by on May 20, 2013 in Employment News, Featured, Home | Comments Off on Filling in Your Resume Gaps

Filling in Your Resume Gaps

Job hunting when you are unemployed doesn’t always net you a position immediately. In fact, it can take a while to find a job. The longer that you are unemployed, the larger your resume gap becomes. Don’t let that┬áresume gap┬áprevent you from finding the right job. Find a non-profit organization and spend your free time volunteering. You can work at creating the organization’s newsletters, helping to write grants, coordinating different fundraising events and more. Not only will this provide you with valuable experience and possible connections, it will look especially good...

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