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How to Win Over the Robot Reading Your Resume

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ATS Resume Reader

If you’ve been applying to jobs online, either directly through a company’s website or on a job board (like ZipRecruiter or Indeed), your resume has probably been reviewed by a robot. This robot, often part of an applicant tracking system (ATS for short), helps a company weed through all the applications they get for their […]

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Why You Should Make A LinkedIn Profile

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LinkedIn Profile

Should You Make a LinkedIn Profile? Yes. Well, if you want to find a job, that is. Listen. We know – LinkedIn isn’t the “fun” social media platform. There are no clever memes, delicious food, or funny pictures of your friends (#lame). But that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t have a solid LinkedIn profile! Why? […]

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New Year, New Job

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New Year New Job

When the clock strikes midnight and the last vestiges of the past year fade, we wonder what this new year will hold for us. More than 40% of Americans make a New Year’s resolution. Of those, 63% are work-related. Whether you’re looking to ring in the new year with a new job hunt or you need to […]

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Hatching a Plan for Your Job Search

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Plan for your job search

Looking for work takes a long time: On average, it takes American job seekers close to 27 weeks to find a new job. Another estimate suggests that job seekers spend one month of searching for every $10,000 of your desired salary. No one enjoys a long, exhausting job search, so we’ve got some ideas on […]