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I Don’t Have a College Degree

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Now, more than ever, “professional” job descriptions include a specific level of education required (four-year college degree), with additional education preferred (master’s degree). Going to college has become the traditional route for most high school graduates – it’s just what comes next. I won’t debate the merits of a college…

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Get Your Network to Work for You

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Landing a job takes a lot of work. So if you’re thinking that you can simply sit at home and submit an online application these days, you are probably getting frustrated with the amount of time it’s taking you to start your next adventure. And if the hundreds of job…

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Apply, Apply, and Apply Again

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This must be a hot topic these days, as I’ve received the same question three times this week. A position I applied for is reposted. Should I apply for it again? Before I answer the $64,000 question, let’s breakdown the reasons why a position has been reposted. They were unable…

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What to Bring to the Interview

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Landing an onsite interview for a position you are excited about, is a huge win. Phone interviews are great for people who know how to “schmooze” and win a popularity contest. But onsite interviews are equal opportunity impression points! And once you are onsite, you need to make sure you…

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