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7 Secrets to Getting Your Next Job Using Social Media

7 Secrets to Getting Your Next Job Using Social Media

Between current economic conditions and the technological evolution of the Internet, the traditional approach most job seekers have taken in the past is no longer viable. The approach – developing a resume and cover letter, locating jobs on and submitting your resume to corporate sites…

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8 Reasons Why Summer Is a Great Time to Job Hunt

8 Reasons Why Summer Is a Great Time to Job Hunt

It’s summertime – those carefree months when you put your sandal-clad feet up and sip a glass of lemonade in front of the ballgame. And it is certainly time to abandon that job search for a few months, right? job hunt Wrong. The perception that…

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Career fairs

Career fairs

Should I go to a career fair? Career fairs – View each career fair websiteA read about attending employers. – Employers are not just limited to “companies.” – Some are government agencies; some are non-profits. – Determine if any match your career interests and you match…

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How R.T.s Can Make Their Resumes Stand Out

How R.T.s Can Make Their Resumes Stand Out

Radiologic technologists need every edge they can think of today toA land a jobA and the resume is the place to start. Whether it’s going to be submitted to the large, urban teaching hospital with a sophisticated online application system, or to the small radiology practice down…

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How to handle an exit interview

How to handle an exit interview

We spend most of our time talking about ideas and trends to help youA LANDA a job. But once you land that job, there is always a transition involved. And one part of that transition is closing the door on your old gig.   Many employers ask…

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How to Create a Professional Resume

How to Create a Professional Resume

Your resume needs to be professional and polished, because if you don’t have a professional resume, your application materials probably won’t get a second glance from any hiring manager.   Professional (and Unprofessional) Resumes I’ve seen resumes that are riddled with typos. I’ve seen resumes…

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Having fun at your interview

Having fun at your interview

Going to a job interview can be an incredibly stressful ordeal. For most of us, “job interview” ranks right up there with dental work and filing one’s tax returns. But being cool and confident can really save the day and make a difference in your…

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Focus resume on your results, not daily tasks

Focus resume on your results, not daily tasks

What seems more interesting: a laundry list of all the menial daily tasks and functions you performed at each and every job OR well-written resume, action statements illustrating the impact of your accomplishments? For example, aA receptionistA orexecutive assistantA resume may stateA ”I answered the phones”A ORA “Monitored and managed more…

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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Mastering LinkedIn (Part 2)

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Mastering LinkedIn (Part 2)

With more than 100 million users, LinkedIn is the most popular social network for professionals as well as one of the top social networks overall. Are you using it to its fullest potential? While Facebook, Twitter, and now Google+ have been generating the most buzz…

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Scoring the interview

Scoring the interview

First, find a hook — something that creates a personal tie between you and the employer — in every job you apply to and include it in the cover letter. Mention an article you just read that highlighted the company or quoted one of the…

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