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By Stav Ziv – theMuse There’s so much to think about when you’re starting a new job. In fact, you’ve probably already made a list to help you make a great first impression at work and it might be looking a little long for your taste. But there’s one super easy and extremely important thing… read more

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By Alyse Kalish – theMuse Most of us don’t like surprises in the job search. Because honestly, finding and landing the job of your dreams is stressful enough—tossing an extra curveball on top doesn’t help. So we’ll help avoid any surprises in one of the more difficult parts—and often the first part—of the job search:… read more

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By Claudette Rowley – UndercoverRecruiter How would an outsider—a client or customer, perhaps—describe your company’s culture? If you don’t have an immediate answer to this question, ask yourself why. All too often, our organizations don’t have clearly defined and discussed cultures, ones that support and galvanize their purpose. And this affects our people, both inside… read more

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By CW Headley – Ladders Using this thing on their resume resulted in a 71% higher callback rate than those who didn’t. Young professionals seeking to distinguish themselves in a sea of peers boasting similar assets might do well to consider boosting their visibility online-specifically via the massive business and employment-oriented service, known as Linkedin…. read more

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By Chris Westfall – Forbes According to The New York Times, the recent economic boom has created over 20 million jobs. Notwithstanding the anemic February jobs report, the Times points to nearly 3.5% growth in year-over-wage growth – the strongest in a decade. Jobs are plentiful, salaries are strong, the labor market is tight. Meanwhile, your boss… read more