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Great question – do you? A career portfolio is as simple as that, a collection of your career successes. While a career portfolio isn’t necessary for every position, it’s still the go-to for plenty of corporate positions. I say to keep it simple and to the point! 1) Create a cover letter – a simple...
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Common sense plays a role here, however many people miss this vital step before a job interview. Here is a quick refresher: BE PREPARED! How? 1) Research the company and the people you are interviewing with. 2) Go through your resume; make sure you’re able to speak about your past experiences or accomplishments. 3) Know...
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Congratulations! Take advantage of this opportunity to become a super sleuth. Research, Dig and Decide! Treat your decision with a high sense of urgency so you don’t compromise or lose either of your offers. If you haven’t done so already, research the company, the role and the hiring managers. Ensure that you are comfortable not...
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You feel like you’ve nailed the interview, but are thinking a follow-up message may be a nice extra touch. You know, to show your dedication and willingness to become a working professional in an organization. So how do we follow up post-interview without being bombarding or barely-there? Don’t Draw Out a Follow-Up The magic 3-day...
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