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Job Search 2014: Four Steps to Success

Whether you’ve been looking for a job for a few months or have just put “Get a new job in 2014” at the top of your list of New Year’s resolutions, now is a great time

Specific Advice for a Standout Resume

When it comes to your job search, a good resume isn’t good enough. Executive recruiter John Paul Engel comes to us today to share specific advice on how to craft not a good resume, but

Q&A: How to Get Noticed By Employers on Social Media

Submitting a job application isn’t always enough to get noticed by employers. In today’s career expert Q&A, Julie Bauke walks us through when, why, and how to approach employers through social media. Why can it

3 Trends to Follow for a Successful Job Search

A big pickup in hiring is thought to be just around the corner. Bearing this in mind, it’s important for job seekers to be up-to-date with the current trends in job search. By incorporating these strategies into your

Q&A: Networking for Curmudgeons and the Asocial

In today’s expert Q&A, Joseph Terach, CEO of Resume Deli, teaches us how curmudgeons and the asocial can be successful networkers. What are traditional networking strategies and why don’t they work for everyone? Traditional networking

Why You Need a Digital Resume

It seems like something is always changing about what people need to do to get hired. In the last few years I’ve read job posts that ask for your social media accounts, web page, and

Introducing ZipRecruiter’s New Candidate Site

If you visited during the past week, you probably noticed some changes. That’s because we re-did the candidate site to make it prettier (when it comes to websites, appearance matters), faster, and easier to use. Here are some

Why LinkedIn Endorsements Don’t Change Everything

LinkedIn recently rolled out Endorsements — a new feature that lets you “Give kudos with just one click.” Like recommendations, endorsements are a way to publicly vouch for someone’s skills and expertise. But there are a