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The Importance of Personal Branding

By: Meg Guiseppi

Your personal brand is a vivid indication of the best you have to offer – the performance, contributions, and value your next employer can expect from you.

The brand you communicate marks your career reputation and is in some respects a promise. When you carry a personal brand, your unique promise of value precedes you and has far-reaching effects throughout your job search.

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3 Career Resolutions Every Job Seeker Should Make

By: Melissa Cooper

Many New Year's resolution-setters have long since forgotten theirs as February winds down. But if your resolutions included career development, as well as the usual plans to lose weight, exercise and be happier, take stock of where you are in the process.  

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Tips For A Successful Job Interview

By: Wendy Gelberg

A colleague, himself a self-described introvert, asked me to list my top ten tips for introverts to compare with his own. Here's the list.

1. Be visible. Use social networking and conventional networking opportunities to ensure that you're on the radar screen of those who can help or hire you.

2. Use your preference for deep relationships to listen to others and position yourself as a resource, to make networking less uncomfortable and sometimes even enjoyable.

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Building Relationships With Recruiters

By: Jeff Lipschultz

When searching for a new job, relationships are the most important piece of the puzzle. How you manage your interactions with people has a direct impact on the value of the relationship. This logic holds true for working with recruiters, too.


When engaging recruiters in your job search, realize there are many nuances to a successful relationship. It is advantageous to know the Good, Better, and Best ways to engage a recruiter and maintain the connection long term.

Getting Started

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Simple Steps for Veterans Beginning Civilian Job Hunt

By: Patra Frame

If you read our Jobs Rated report on the best jobs for veterans and want to get started on the search process, here are some great tips.

First, the good news. The unemployment rate for military retirees and those transitioning from active duty is actually lower than that of the population as a whole. And there are many vets who are successful entrepreneurs.

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Boost Your Job Search With A Custom LinkedIn URL

By: Susan P. Joyce

If you are using the default URL that LinkedIn assigned your profile when you create it, you don't look like a member of the "In crowd" because the default URL is full of numbers.

The In crowd members have URL's that look like this:

Rather than a URL like this:

You will look like a much more savvy LinkedIn user, and the URL will look better whenever and where every you post it.

Here's how to make this change:

It's easy to do:

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