Work Life Balance: Flexible Scheduling

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Flexible Scheduling - Work Email

Work life balance is one of the most important topics for today’s job seekers and at the front of their mind is flexible scheduling.   “Studies by the Families and Work Institute (FWI) show over two-thirds of employees feel they don’t have enough time for themselves (64%), their spouse (67%), or their children (73%). Those… Read more »

References Speak Louder Than Resumes

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Get great references!

Job searching is primarily done online. Because of this, you rely heavily on your resume to do the talking. However, these days, we’re hearing more and more about the overarching importance of references. In fact, according to a SHRM survey, 8 out of 10 HR executives consistently contact references for professional (89%), executive (85%), administrative (84%),… Read more »

Signs You May be Suffering From Job Search Fatigue

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Signs You May be Suffering From Job Search Fatigue

Searching for a job can be difficult and exhausting. When you feel yourself becoming overwhelmed with the search, you may need to stand back and reevaluate your processes. How do you know if you are experiencing job search fatigue? You find yourself looking at the same job postings over and over again. You would rather… Read more »

Don’t Get Stumped by Tough Interview Questions

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Tough interview questions

You’re in the middle of an interview for an amazing new technical job opportunity in California. Everything is going great. You look polished; you sound confident; you’re nailing every question. Then the interviewer asks you: “If you were a car, what kind of car would you be?” Your heart starts racing. Your mind goes blank…. Read more »