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4 Ways to Effectively Network (and Land a Job)

By: David Adams

Entry-level jobs are disappearing — at least it certainly seems that way. Even those listings that claim to offer full-time positions often ask for a laundry list of previous experience that few applicants can offer. But what is the cause of this shift in approach?

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Writing a Cover Letter From a Job Description: 4 Foolproof Hacks

By: Caileen Kehayas

Many jobseekers have an informative and condensed summary of their work and accomplishments contained within their resumes. While that is a great start, almost all job openings will also require a cover letter as a (hugely important) part of the application process.

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May The Work Force Be With You


May 4 unofficially marks Star Wars Day, a time of celebration for the beloved film franchise. The plot lines and characters of the series, which launched 39 years ago, can be applied to reflect the challenges of the job market.

No, seriously.

Consider the following lessons you can apply to your own job search or current occupation -- not just on May The Fourth, but the other 364 days of the year, as well.

Don't Be A Clone

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10-Year-Old Twitter Has Helped Change Job Searches


Twitter launched 10 years to the day of this writing. Who could have guessed a tool so simple, limiting users to interactions 140 characters at a time, could revolutionize both media and interaction in the manner it has? 

Pay attention to news long enough, and you are bound to stumble onto horror stories of Twitter's negative impact on people in the workforce. Its reach and immediacy can quickly turn an inappropriate joke, like that which spawned the infamous "Has Justine Landed?" hashtag, into a pink slip. 

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How to Create an Awesome Infographic Resume: Step-By-Step Guide

By: Michael Gilmore

In a world where it is more difficult to land a job than ever before, and sometimes with hundreds of people applying for the same position, it is crucial for the applicant to stand out above their competition with a brilliant resume. It would also be good if they could do it in just a few seconds, because that’s how long it takes for the recruiters to decide whether or not they should be invited for an interview.

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How to Learn the Marketing Skills No One Can Teach

By: Erik Huberman

After four years of college classes and extracurricular activities — and with that sense of accomplishment that comes with graduating — it would seem the future looks bright for college grads. But the recession hit young workers the hardest: The unemployment rate for 18- to 29-year-olds rose to 13.1 percent in 2015.

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