When the Hunt Gets Tough, Get Tough and Keep Going.

You go through a series of highs and lows in all parts of your life. Your relationships, friendships, moods, and your job situation. The best way to get through any kind of low is to keep on going. If you …

By Desiree Wilson
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4 Reasons You Don’t Like Networking (and 4 Better Options You Will Like!).

If you’re a normal professional, you may just feel at least a smidge of apprehension or resentment when it comes time to drag yourself to (or get dragged to) a professional networking event. Sure, sure, the crab puffs might be …

By Desiree Wilson
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Article: Interview Openings? or Interview Opportunities?

Article by Susan Whitcomb, The Academies (http://www.theacademies.com/)

More interviews mean more options. Too often, people in career transition pin all their hopes on just one interview, thinking their ship has come in, only to see it turn into a sunken …

By Sarah Bugh
Sarah Bugh Associate Director & Career Coach Sarah Bugh
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LinkedIn Jobs: It’s Not What You Know, It’s Who You Know

Congratulations graduates! Your newly awarded degree is likely a requirement for your dream job. With over 500 million users on LinkedIn, what is going to set you apart from everyone else who just graduated college with the same qualification? Your …

By Sarah David
Sarah David Associate Director & Career Coach Sarah David
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Article: Are LinkedIn Recommendations Important? Here’s What 10 Hiring Managers Say

Have you ever wondered how important LinkedIn recommendations are to hiring managers and recruiters? Do they read them? Will they help you get an interview or a job? Here is what 10 hiring managers have to say about LinkedIn recommendations.

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By Sarah David
Sarah David Associate Director & Career Coach Sarah David
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