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Interviewing

10 Most Underrated Interview Tips

1. Be Prepared. The interviewees that stand out are those that know their stuff. They know the basic qualifications for the job, and they can express how they embody those qualities. They know what the company does and its mission. They know the hiring manager’s background, and the company’s most…

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Resumés, etc.

How to Write Silicon Valley-Worthy Cover Letters

Covers letters are rough. There are arguments that cover letters are unnecessary because hiring managers don’t read them; others swear that cover letters enhance your application. So what do you do? Try to include a cover letter for as many applications as you can. However, your cover letter will hurt…

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Career Growth

9 Steps to Getting a Job After Taking Time Off

Sometimes taking time off from a desk job is necessary – whether it’s for a mental and emotional break, pursuing a personal venture, or for family reasons. Taking a break can offer a wealth of experience in a non-traditional sense, but it may not be recognized as “strong experience” garnering…

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Career Growth

10 Things to Do to Land a Job in 30 Days

It’s possible, and you can do it. Here’s how: 1. Clean and Bulk Up Your LinkedIn Your LinkedIn profile is your virtual resumé. This means that while hiring managers spend 30 seconds or less scanning your resumé, they’ll likely spend less time on your virtual resumé. Recruiters and connections can…

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