How to Handle a Job Rejection

No matter how fantastic and hirable you are a "we regret to inform you..."​ email can happen to absolutely anyone. Recently inspired by The Great British Bake Of (I mean, how good is that show?!), I have some thoughts to share on the subject.

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Rumor has it that cover letters are losing its importance, but that’s because they aren’t standing out! Here are 4 tips to make your cover letter so good they can’t wait to meet the person who wrote it.

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Working with a good Recruiter may be all that you need to get into a great job, but how can you find a great Recruiter and how do you maximize that relationship. We spoke to Rachael Spiewak, a top Recruiter of IT Recruiters, for her take on using LinkedIn to attract a recruiter, how to prepare for an interview and the responsibilities that come with her role.

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Whether you are applying for a job or meeting a new friend at a concert, you have the ability to make great first impressions. Think about it, you meet someone new and have the first encounter in person. Then, you connect on social media and in an instant; you have made another first impression. How you appear in person and online matters.  

Here’s how you can make the most of your first impressions when applying for jobs and advancing your career.

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5 Professional Development Books to Help You Level Up Your Careeer

One of the best ways to grow in your career is to take time to work on your own personal and professional development. This list includes 5 great books that will help you navigate negotiations, live a purpose lead life, be a stronger leader and more. I’m a big believer that there is no growth in comfort, so if you’re feeling stagnant, picking up one of these books is a great way to help you grow. 

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Getting Hired in 2019

Getting hired isn’t always easy especially if you belong to the millennial generation. Being a fresher with no prior work experience or someone wanting an entire career change. So here are some things you can do to prepare yourself to stand out before and during the interview to help you stand out and get hired.

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Five Questions to Nail on Your Interview

Even though they may try to change up some of the verbiage, hiring managers tend to ask the same standard questions on an interview to try and know you better. Here are some tips on 5 questions that tend to come up on every interview. Do you have an interview question that you struggle with? Feel free to comment or direct message me to tackle in a future blog post or video. We are here to serve you!

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