Category Archives for "Job Search"

Jul 06

How to nail your online first impression

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

Help your career flourish through social media. Whether you’re searching for a job or you’ve already landed one, your online presence can have quite an impact on your career. So before you put yourself out there to colleagues or prospective employers, it’s important to revamp your social media profile(s) to make the best first impression […]

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May 30

How to plan to get your dream job

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

Do you feel like you’re stuck in a career with no direction or chance of growth? Are you ready to leave behind that dingy cubicle for a new job, but don’t know where to start? Planning an effective job search can be a meticulous and time consuming task, especially if you’re still working full time. […]

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May 09

Certifications to Help Bolster Your Resume

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

One of the best ways job seekers can distinguish themselves from the competition is through professional certifications, which increase knowledge, competency, and credibility. Certifications won’t guarantee a job, but will demonstrate to potential employers that the job seeker is dedicated to continual learning and professional development. Here are four certification areas that will help job […]

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Apr 11

Best fitting jobs for your personality

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

It can be very challenging to find a job you enjoy and that matches your personality type. Most HR and career experts divide different personalities into areas like energy level, thinking style, personal values, and lifestyle. Here are four jobs for these four types of personalities. Energy Level Extroverts have high energy levels and enjoy […]

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Apr 08

The Ultimate LinkedIn Cheat Sheet

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

LinkedIn is the professional place to be with your job skills and profile. And if you aren’t, or if you have a poor profile, you will end up in an uncompetitive position for your interviews. If you even get one. Consequently, having a good LinkedIn profile is the great first step to using LinkedIn for […]

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