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If you play your cards right, attending a career fair can be an incredible networking experience. Having the chance to meet with recruiters from a variety of companies under one roof saves a lot of time and can expose you to prospective employers that previously weren’t on your radar. As one of the leading Seattle… Read more »

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There’s no better time for a big change than a new year! In just a few weeks, 2017 will be here, so it’s time to start planning your upcoming career move. Knowing where to look for the right job, how to format your resume, and what questions to ask interviewers can be a challenge, but… Read more »

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If you end each day wishing you had accomplished more, never fear, there’s more than a few apps to solve this dilemma. Nearly two-thirds of Americans own a smartphone, according to a 2014 survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, so if you’re one of them, it’s time to maximize this key device. These five… Read more »

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Many job seekers mistakenly assume it’s acceptable to submit the same cover letter for every position — or that doing so is an entirely optional step. If this is your strategy, you probably haven’t had many interview requests because it is absolutely not okay to put anything less than 100% effort into each and every… Read more »

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It’s a huge feeling of relief to accept a new job you’re really excited about. Now that you’ve signed your offer letter, bid your former colleagues farewell, and celebrated with family and friends, it’s time to start focusing on this exciting new venture. Depending on how you felt about your prior manager, getting a fresh… Read more »

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The holiday season is in full force, which means 2016 is just around the corner. There’s no better way to start the new year off than making a few resolutions to follow — especially when you’re searching for a new job. Whether you’ve already started looking for a new position or plan to do so… Read more »

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It’s always exciting to get an interview for a job you would really like to have. After spending hours preparing for the meeting and rearranging your schedule to make it there on time, you at least expect to find out whether or not you were chosen, but unfortunately it doesn’t always go that way. An… Read more »

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It’s beyond frustrating to go through rounds of interviews for a job you really want, only to be presented with a non-negotiable lowball salary offer. Compensation is a huge factor in whether or not you accept a position, so waiting to discuss your expectations until the very end can result in a huge waste of… Read more »

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You’re well aware that hiring managers receive dozens of resumes for each open position, so it makes sense to want to put your best face forward. However, lightly embellishing your resume or straight up lying won’t get you anywhere in the long run. It’s true that may people lie on their resumes, but that doesn’t… Read more »

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Finding a great new job is always challenging, but if your work history includes being fired, you have an extra hurdle to overcome. Many interviewers will flat out ask if you’ve ever been involuntarily terminated from a position, while others will question a gap in your resume that will inadvertently cause you to have to… Read more »

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