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3 Pieces of Interview Feedback Hiring Managers Will Never Give You

by Natalie Fisher | June 11, 2021

According to hiring managers, here are three common interview mistakes that candidates make—along with how to fix them.

6 IRL Networking Tips for Introverts

by Andi Croft | June 04, 2021

Although networking can be difficult for introverts, it doesn’t have to be. Here are six tips for in-real-life networking success.

How to Write a Cover Letter Like Hemingway

by Derek Loosvelt | April 30, 2021

Ernest Hemingway used these five writing guidelines throughout his career. Find out how they can help you write better cover letters.

4 Ways Podcasting Improves Your Chances of Getting Hired

by Ginni Saraswati | March 16, 2021

Developing a podcasting hobby can add value to your resume and improve your employability. Here’s how.

3 Keys to Writing Cover Letters That Stand Out

by Natalie Fisher | January 05, 2021

Here are the three keys to writing compelling cover letters that will grab hiring managers' attention.

3 Ways to Check in on Your Co-Workers’ Mental Health

by Kaitlin McManus | October 26, 2020

Mental health is always important, but it's become critical as the pandemic stretches on. Take note of these ways that you can check in on your co-workers' mental health.

4 Tips for Writing Tighter Cover Letters

by Derek Loosvelt | October 13, 2020

To help you writer more concise cover letters, here are four tricks that will tighten up your prose and make employers read to the end.

6 Networking Tips When You Don’t Have a Big Network

by Jamie Carlstedt | September 24, 2020

Here’s how to build strong relationships with your target companies when you don’t have family, friends, or friends-of-friends to reach out to.

3 Questions Never to Ask Your Interviewer—and What to Ask Instead

by David Solloway | September 01, 2020

Here are the do's and don'ts of answering that inevitable interview question, "So, do you have any questions for me?"

4 Words Destroying Your Career—and What to Say Instead

by Kelly Virginia Phelan | August 18, 2020

Instead of saying a certain four-word sentence—which is often used in the workplace and can severely harm your career—try one of three alternate phrases.