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It’s a fact that more than half of all workers hate their jobs. Work doesn’t have to be miserable! With the right strategy, anyone can create a career that works for their specific wants and needs. We can show you how.
You’ve done the work and landed an interview for a great job. You’ve been reading our blog, and know what you should wear to the interview. There’s just one problem: You’re broke. You need a cheap job interview outfit! If you haven’t noticed, most of the outfits we put together for this blog cost around […]
Even though most companies have moved to online job applications, cover letters still play a vital role when employers are determining whether or not to interview you. If your cover letter looks like all the others in the stack, you are leaving your chances of an interview up to fate. Here are three ways you […]
You’ve landed a teacher job interview at the school of your dreams. Congratulations! Now, what are you going to wear? Remember, the people interviewing you are looking at more than your shiny college degree and your resume. They want to know they can trust you with their students…and their students’ parents. You have several outfit […]
While you absolutely shouldn’t consider wearing jeans to a job interview (in most cases), on casual Friday, you can absolutely wear jeans to work. However, there’s a right way and a wrong way to wear jeans on casual Friday. Wear Jeans on Casual Friday—but Not Jeans with Holes! First, you cannot, under any circumstances, wear […]
The interview scheduler says the interview is going to be “casual.” She says they are looking forward to meeting you, and want to learn more about your work and goals. You’re pumped! Now you ask yourself the hard question: What am I going to wear? Can I wear jeans to a job interview? Can I […]
One of the biggest mistakes we see on resumes is candidates continuing to use the outdated resume “Objective” line at the top. Here’s a tip: Delete it. Right now. Resume Objectives Do Not Help You Get a Job No matter what your industry, your resume’s actual objective is the same—to get a job. Anything you […]