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I get it, you need a job or want a role beyond your reach.  All that is standing in your way is a requirement or two that you don’t have. In desperation, you might be thinking: What’s the harm in
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Job seekers often use a ‘spray and pray’ approach when job searching.  They troll online job boards, upload their general resume to a whack of semi-qualified positions, and sit by hoping and praying for a response. The results?  Lacklustre. For
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Career Impressions recently concluded 100 Days of Resume Tips across social media, with the hashtag #100ResumeTips. Content was primarily shared on Career Impressions’ LinkedIn business page – with great success. Over the past 100 days we shared a generous dose
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Getting your resume reviewed and approved by both a person and a resume screening system (ATS) requires unique strategies. Each have their own way of parsing details, skimming content, and qualifying facts. To start, consider the ways you plan to
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I’ve had multiple conversations this month with a hiring manager in the oil and gas industry who is in the process of filling several positions within his organization.  4 roles to be exact. Although he followed a traditional route of
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Frustrated by all of the ‘resume rules’ out there?  Are you being told: ‘you have to’, ‘you must’, or ‘don’t ever‘ when it comes to resume writing?  No doubt this is increasing your stress of trying to create a quality
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Money is usually the most sensitive issue in the hiring process and discussing compensation can cause anxiety for both the employee and employer alike. Yet confidence is important in negotiations. You’ve probably heard the phrase, “Negotiate from a position of
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  Applying to jobs online likely involves going through an ATS (applicant tracking system).  To increase your success with the system, here are a few simple reminders about preparing your resume and following proper process.   Simple Do’s and Don’ts
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Appearing at the very top of the resume, just after name and contact details, is the resume headline. I’m often asked why a resume needs a headline at all. The reason is simple and important. A well-defined headline at the
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  The job search landscape is changing and has evolved a lot over recent years.  With the changes come two big mistakes that I continue to see job seekers make: Focusing too heavily on poor ROI strategies – such as
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