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Yes, The Holidays Can Be a Great Time To Find a New Job
Some job search myths are so appealing we accept them without really questioning their validity. For instance, the notion that the holiday period between Thanksgiving and New Year's is not a good time to conduct a job search. In fact, calls I have made to executive recruiters, hiring executives, and others confirm that the holiday period is one of the best times to be looking for a job.
I Accept ... The Ethics of Accepting a Job Offer
There are several events that happen after a candidate accepts an offer of employment. A lot of time and effort precedes a candidate's actual first day of employment. When a candidate later backs out of the offer, the hiring manager is truly put into a difficult and embarrassing situation. Hear directly from a recruiter how you should evaluate an offer to make a decision that is right for both you and the company.
Writing Effective Cover Letters
As a job seeker, you shouldn't overlook the importance of a cover letter. If written strategically, a cover letter increases your chances for consideration, and provides an opportunity to highlight your individuality.
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Don't Shoot Yourself in the Foot
During my job search I read dozens of books and articles, took programs and even sat at the feet of two of the most experienced Human Resource professionals. In a few moments, you will learn the real keys to standing out and rising above the norm. Stick to the facts and only reveal information that will encourage the reader to call you for an interview.