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Job Spotlight: Administrative Assistant

Are you ready for an admin adventure? Despite already having experience with several jobs, many working adults are unable to answer that age-old question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Our Job Spotlight monthly blog series is designed to help with that. In this series, we review all the basics of […]

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On the Job Podcast with Radio Host Enrique Santos

On the Job Podcast with Radio Host Enrique Santos

Enrique Santos loves his job as the popular host of 2 nationally syndicated radio shows. But his path to radio was not a traditional one. Listen to why Enrique devotes his career to remaining open to the opportunities often sitting right in front of him. Jobs give us a connection to our communities and the […]

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Ask a Recruiter: Your Questions Answered—Part 1

Ask a Recruiter: Your Questions Answered—Part 1

Everything you wanted to know about the recruiting process. Last month, we asked readers what they wanted to hear about from recruiters. The response was huge. The same few questions kept popping up again and again, so we decided to feature them in a two-part blog series. We took your questions to our top recruiters, […]

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Is Your Online Activity Costing You the Job?

Your lack of interviews could be due to what you said online years ago. The internet is a huge and wonderful place. You can search for tips on how to fix your sink, buy a used car, and leave a review for your favorite restaurant. However, it’s important to remember that anything you say online […]

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Poll Question: What Benefits—Not Including Health—Do You Value Most From Employers?

In a competitive job market, companies have to be more creative about how they attract and retain top talent. That might mean offering certain benefits over others in a bid to keep you with them for the long-term. According to MetLife’s Benefit Trends Study, 61% of employees would be more likely to accept a job […]

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Revamp Your Job Search After 60

Show that age isn’t a factor with these hit websites Are you older and recently laid off? Decided it was time for a change when you reached mid-life? Hoping to finally find a job that lets you fulfill your passions? If your answers to any of these questions were yes, you’ve probably already realized how […]

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Ask a Recruiter: Interview Blunders

Read on for lessons learned from what NOT to do. Interviews are hard. You’re being tested not only on your skills, but also on who you are as a person and how your unique personality might work with the company in question. There are so many variables. What will they ask me? What should I […]

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Make an Impression with Potential Employers

Starting your career in today’s hiring environment can be challenging, including making a positive, memorable impression with people who could be your employer. There are several ways you can be proactive to ensure a potential boss will have a great first and ongoing impression of who you are. Social Media Today, your first opportunity to […]

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Poll Results: Ace Your Next Interview With These Top Tips

Poll Results: Ace Your Next Interview With These Top Tips

  Last month we drilled down on what readers want to see on Movin’ On Up. We asked one simple question: “What part of the job interview process do you need help with?” Your answers were as follows:   What’s next? The results were almost evenly split among the top four, so we’ll be sure […]

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Save Money with Job Search Tax Deductions

Do the new 2018 tax rulings affect 2017 job search expenses? With the recent passage of new tax laws, some are worried about what it means when filing taxes for the 2017 fiscal year. The good news? The law doesn’t affect your 2017 tax filing. As far as deducting job search expenses go, you won’t […]

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