Writing a Cover Letter

A cover letter is a tool to introduce yourself in a memorable way when you’re applying for a job. A good cover letter goes over information on your resume and expands this information for the reader. When starting to write any cover letter, it is always best to plan the content of your letter based

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Cover Letter Tips:

If you’re applying for a job, you may be wondering about some tips on how and when to write a cover letter. Not all jobs require a cover letters but where a cover letter is required, writing a well-crafted letter can be a key part of landing an interview. Here are a few tips will help

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Employees Stay Because They’re:

No matter what kind of job you have, we all have workplace struggles. The reasons great employees stay go beyond the obvious. From a 30,000-foot viewpoint, great employees stay because of what surrounds them, encourages them, nurtures them, pushes them, cares for them and rewards them. It’s not all about the money though! Here’s the top

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Impressive Questions to Ask an Interviewer:

No matter how prepared you are, interviewing for a job is a nerve-wracking experience. These days, it’s standard for an interviewer to conclude by asking if you have any questions. What you ask can make or break your chances. Here are some impressive questions that you can get some ideas from: ******************************************************************** Describe a typical

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Best Ways to Stand Out When Interviewing

Just like first impressions, you have one shot to stand out when interviewing. With the right preparations, you can be the best candidate.  Do it right, and you’ll leave a lasting impression and have the company eagerly calling you back for the next round.  ******************************************************************** Make your purpose clear and direct. Don’t hold back –

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Answers to Desired Salary Question

The dreaded question in any job interview: “What’s your desired salary?” Or, “what’s your hourly rate?” You can’t avoid it, especially when online applications make answering the salary expectations question a requirement. If the interviewer asks what your expected salary is, you need to have an answer ready. Here are a few good examples to keep

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