5 Minutes with a Recruiting Expert: Job Search Dos and Don’ts

5 minutes with a job recruiterIf you want to know what a job recruiter or hiring manager is looking for, why not just ask an expert? That’s what we did so you can get an inside look at some of the things that impress or turn off a potential employer.

Check out the job seeker dos and don’ts courtesy of DeLynn Senna, Executive Director of Robert Half Finance & Accounting. Follow these to letter, and you’ll greatly improve your chances of getting an offer letter.Continue Reading

Best Jobs for Millennials

best jobs for millenials

Find out which career fields are a good fit for Millennial job seekers.

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6 Great Jobs for Retirees

great jobs for retirees

Just because you’re retired, doesn’t mean you can’t get a great job doing what you love.

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Career Spotlight: How to Become a Retail Merchandiser

How to become a retail merchandiser

Think you want a career in retail merchandising? Learn what it’s all about.

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How to Look for a Job When You Don’t Know What You Want To Do

How to look for a job when you don't know what you want to do

Searching for a new job can challenging enough when you know exactly the kind of position and company that you’re seeking. So what do you do if you’re clueless about the right job for you?

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6 Pieces of Career Advice from Commencement 2015 Speakers


A collection of career advice from Commencement 2015 speakers.

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6 Wake Up Calls that Will Make You a Better Job Seeker

wakeup-calls that'll make you a better job seeker

If you want to improve your job search, here are some rules you can break.

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It’s National Employee Wellness Month: Are You Taking Care of Yourself?

are you taking care of yourself

Most people don’t worry about their health when they have aspirations for higher paychecks and big promotions, but employee wellness is important.

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Getting and Keeping the Job When You’re Afraid of Public Speaking

Getting the job when you're not good at public speaking

If you’re someone who’s shy, introverted, or just nervous in large groups, you’ll need to put on your best public speaking game face to get the job.

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