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The Best Job Search Resources: January 2019

Happy New Year!  We hope 2019 is your most successful year yet. Here are this month’s career development links. Continue reading


Guest Post: How to Keep Your “Unemployed” Status from Turning Managers Off

The first week that you started looking for a new position, hiring managers may not have even noticed that you were technically unemployed. And they certainly (hopefully) had the common sense not to hold this against you. But if you’ve been on the market for a few months—or years—now, things might be a bit different. Continue reading

Virtual Job Fair Opens Today

The First Coast Virtual Job Fair opened Monday, June 10 at 12:02 A.M. By the time you’re reading this, hundreds of job seekers will be uploading resumes from the comfort of their living rooms, wearing bunny slippers instead of power suits. It’s also a great opportunity for people who are working to attend a job fair without taking time off from their current jobs. Continue reading

Are You Ready to Meet the Future?

A stunning survey of workers by Monster.com shows that 98% of workers are not [completely] satisfied with their jobs and plan to look for work in 2011. Are you one of them?

If you are one of the working class who’s planning to make a break for it as soon as the economy heats up, here are some things to consider as you plan a move.

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Make the Most of Applying Online

Every day, we hear from jobseekers who are discouraged with their job search. “I’ve applied for hundreds of jobs online; I never get a response at all, let alone an invitation to interview.” It’s easy to believe that you’re doing something productive by applying online, but it’s only true if you are taking the time to make your applications as complete as possible.

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