Job Seekers: Do Your Research

Ask any recruiter and they will tell you, one of the most important things you can do to prepare for an interview is to research the company you are interviewing with. For many people, researching a company means going to their website, maybe their LinkedIn, looking at their ‘About Us’ section or page, reading their […]

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Four Quick Tips to Crafting a Strong Resume

Hiring managers go through hundreds of resumes a day. Without proper formatting and clear and concise information, resumes of even the most qualified candidates can wind up tossed aside. Utilizing these four tips when crafting your resume will help you to make sure that it does not get placed in the dreaded NO pile. 1. […]

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From Day one to beyond. How to start your Nursing career off on the right foot.

First, there was graduation, then there was hours and hours of studying for the NCLEX, and finally pulling up your results to realize…you are now a Registered Nurse. Congratulations, you did it! Wait, now you need to find a job. Don’t sweat it. With the right preparation, you will find and enter your nursing specialty […]

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Your Business’s Best Friend – An Exceptional Executive Recruiter

American workers are enjoying a “Golden Age” of career opportunities as the US economy continues to grow under historically low unemployment rates. A saturated labor market has resulted in fierce competition for human capital for candidates who find themselves with a bevy of options for career advancement with a new employer. For companies looking to […]

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Avoiding ‘The ‘7 Sins of Memory’ In Your Next Interview

Your memory has the power to make or break landing the dream job. We have all experienced some level of disappointment after an interview due to a lapse in memory.  By gaining an understanding of how our memory functions, these errors can be avoided. My sister, a Psychometrist, recommended a book written by the former […]

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The Dissected Networking Pitch

When you go to networking events, did you plan your pitch? Are you there to find a new job, new opportunities, to find clients or just to meet new people in your industry? Whether it is the above or something completely different, that should be expressed in how you introduce yourself. Having a well-executed pitch […]

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