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The thought of the return of colder temperatures may have you focused on squeezing out every last bit of fun for the summer. And while taking periodic (short) breaks from the job search can help you revitalize and renew, too much time away can leave your search idling in neutral. So, use the waning days of summer to help rev …

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In a time when a do-more-with-less environment has become the rule rather than the exception, human services agencies are looking to innovation and creative financing to survive. Forward thinking leaders are working to identify new ways to fund human services work in an effort to move away from the stranglehold the federal government currently has on the …

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A growing number of companies are opting to meet job candidates via telephone or Skype for at least one interview. What can be a cost-saving measure for them, could turn into a missed opportunity for you, if you aren’t ready.

Employers may conduct either a scheduled or unscheduled phone interview with you. Unscheduled calls are rarely the …

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As traditional banks have increasingly come under fire for high fee structures and poor customer service, bank tellers are in the direct path of frustrated customers. With more and more customers taking to social media and providing direct feedback about their experience, some banks have taken advantage of this new channel to listen to customers and identify opportunities …

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In a recent *survey of 1,855 hiring managers, 93% indicated that they use social media to screen potential employees.  Many U.S. companies now ask applicants to agree to a social media background check.  What does this mean for you, the jobseeker?  The bottom line is you should think of Google as your first resume. If a …

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Health care reform and the aging baby boomer generation is creating the perfect storm for a shortage of health care professionals in the upcoming years. As fewer physicians enter the field, The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the field of nursing practitioners will grow at a rate that is more than twice the national average …

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After a decade which saw heightened security measures and travel restrictions, the hotel industry continues to rebound, due in part due to the Travel Promotion Act, which has encouraged international travel to the United States. As the fastest growing customer segment within the hospitality industry, the millennial generation has extended the integration of technology in their every day …

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“We don’t want you.”

This is how so many job candidates interpret the rejection call, letter or, email. The difficult truth is you will not receive a job offer after every interview, but it is not a reflection of you personally. It often takes many “no’s” before you hear a “yes.” So, rather than using the rejection as a …

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When employers are asked what job candidates can do to stand out in a positive way in a job interview, time after time, the response is to thoroughly research the company and be able to talk knowledgeably about it. The best candidates will use the research they’ve done and be able to connect key aspects …

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As technology-based adaptive learning systems have started to take hold in higher education, some universities have seen a shift in the role of the professor from a provider of information to a facilitator of the learning process. Also, with the rise of big data, universities must determine how to best use information on student learning and behaviors. As more institutions invest in analytics …

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