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The 5 Best Fonts To Use On Your Resume

Posted by cpoblog on April 21, 2016 in For the candidate...

Times New Roman might cost you your next job. While resume font choice may seem trivial, experts say it’s actually pretty important. A bad font can take the focus off the accomplishments you’ve listed. “A reader may not arrive at the content if your font if too distracting,” Samantha Howie, senior human resources recruiter at [...]

 
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50 Most Common Interview Questions

Posted by cpoblog on May 11, 2015 in For the candidate..., For the employer...

Glassdoor Team | March 16, 2015 When it comes to the interview process, research and preparation for the interview can often times determine your chances of making it to the next step. One of the best ways to get ready for a job interview is to practice your responses to any and all interview questions [...]

 
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Here’s What Employers Are Now Looking For In Recent College Graduates

Posted by cpoblog on September 22, 2014 in For the candidate...

Here’s What Employers Are Now Looking For In Recent College Graduates…click here

 
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5 Expert Tips for Following Up After a Job Interview

Posted by cpoblog on March 4, 2014 in For the candidate...

By Sharlyn Lauby / Feb 22, 2014 The big job interview you’ve been prepping for and stressing over for days or weeks is over, and you can finally breathe a sigh of relief — except now comes the hard part: Waiting to hear back. You’re excited about the opportunity, and you want to do everything [...]

 
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College students: Avoid these 6 career mistakes

Posted by cpoblog on August 29, 2013 in For the candidate...

(MoneyWatch) Although it’s still tough in this economy to find employment after graduating from college, half of new grads end up finding jobs that they like. That requires avoiding common career mistakes, according to David Delong, author of “Graduate to a Great Job: Make Your College Degree Pay Off in Today’s Market.” Delong, a former [...]

 
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7 Modern Day Ways To Leave A Lasting Impression

Posted by cpoblog on May 24, 2013 in For the candidate...

Dale Carnegie wrote a fantastic book back in 1936 that really spelled out How to Win Friends and Influence People, and in my view it was so successful and continues to be successful because it contains such a lot of common sense about treating others how we ourselves like to be treated. Unfortunately, we sometimes [...]

 
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Privacy rights – Things are getting more complicated for sure…

Posted by cpoblog on May 2, 2012 in For the candidate..., For the employer...

What is privacy? As job-seekers are judged by their tweets and Facebook posts, uncertainty abounds By Lini S. Kadaba FOR THE INQUIRER When Dave Clarke wants to fill a position at AuthenticMatters in Old City, he sifts through the stack of resumes and looks up candidates on Google. He expects a presence online, he says, especially [...]

 
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Seven Deadly Sins for New Hires

Posted by cpoblog on April 4, 2012 in For the candidate...

Seven Deadly Sins for New Hires By Larry Buhl Congratulations, you landed the job! The hard part is over, right? Not exactly. Your first few weeks in a new company are crucial — they can determine whether your future is paradise or purgatory. And we’re not talking only about mastering the technical aspects of your [...]

 
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9 Steps To Quitting Your “Have To Have” Job And Pursuing Your Dream

Posted by cpoblog on December 15, 2011 in For the candidate...

How many of us have dreamed of leaving our current jobs to do what we really want to do? And yet, not many of us have actually left the safety of what we do daily unless forced out by layoffs and downsizing. Why is that? I would argue it’s due to one or more of [...]

 
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Great tips for Controlling the Job Interview

Posted by cpoblog on October 10, 2011 in For the candidate...

As per article in Men’s Health magazine (http://www.MensHealth.com), Great tips for Controlling the Job Interview (20th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Nov. 2008): You’re being evaluated before you open your mouth so use your time wisely! Before a word is spoken, an interviewer will assess a new acquaintance and look for evidence to back that impression according [...]

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