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5 ways poor manners can sink your job search | The Work Buzz

5 ways poor manners can sink your job search | The Work Buzz | career planning | Scoop.it
Here are five ways poor manners could harm your job search and easy strategies for coming across with class. (Job Seeker Tip: Mind your manners!
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Tips to help you stay positive while jobhunting

Tips to help you stay positive while jobhunting | career planning | Scoop.it
You've followed every bit of career advice but still no luck with your job hunt?
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5 Tips for Protecting Your Online Reputation During a Job Search - PayScale Career News

5 Tips for Protecting Your Online Reputation During a Job Search - PayScale Career News | career planning | Scoop.it
5 Tips for Protecting Your Online Reputation During a Job Search PayScale Career News Graduates everywhere are embarking on the job search of all job searches, figuring out where their postsecondary education can take them and learning how to get...
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Out Of Work? 10 Keys To Strike It Lucky On Your Job Search - Forbes

Out Of Work? 10 Keys To Strike It Lucky On Your Job Search - Forbes | career planning | Scoop.it
Out Of Work? 10 Keys To Strike It Lucky On Your Job Search
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And they do, there are still many people out of work through no fault of their own.
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Managers to Millennials: Job interview no time to text

Managers to Millennials: Job interview no time to text | career planning | Scoop.it
Newly minted college graduates are facing another hurdle besides high unemployment and a slowing economy: poor — sometimes even bizarre —interview behavior. Many text, take calls or involve their parents.
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Wow!  What has texting done to the world? It has certainly changed the way young people communicate and clearly skewed their social skills.

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8 Common Job Search Mistakes from New Grads

8 Common Job Search Mistakes from New Grads | career planning | Scoop.it
The most important way for new grads to stand out from other candidates in the job search is to understand where they are falling short and to fix it.
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Maintaining Positivity , Motivation Can Help Job Search Process - ScienceBlog.com (blog)

Maintaining Positivity , Motivation Can Help Job Search Process - ScienceBlog.com (blog) | career planning | Scoop.it
Maintaining Positivity , Motivation Can Help Job Search Process
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Currently, many recent college graduates still face the daunting task of searching for a job.
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The Job Search Is Just Like Dating: 5 Tips For the Recent Grad - Huffington Post

The Job Search Is Just Like Dating: 5 Tips For the Recent Grad - Huffington Post | career planning | Scoop.it
The Job Search Is Just Like Dating: 5 Tips For the Recent Grad
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Most college students think about sex and dating every day. Many have become experts in the process.
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Social Media Guidelines For Students And Job Seekers

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Everything you put on social media lives forever. You may delete it. You may hide it.


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The future of credentials: Will degrees and resumes make room for the badge? - The Seattle Times (blog)

The future of credentials: Will degrees and resumes make room for the badge? - The Seattle Times (blog) | career planning | Scoop.it
The future of credentials: Will degrees and resumes make room for the badge?

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Carolyn Wiberg's curator insight, April 28, 2013 11:04 AM

Some sort of badging system seems to be the direction we are going.  I do question how they will be addressed in line with assessment and traditional methods of documenting accomplishment and competency.  That said, I am all for a big leap into providing a more holistic view of individuals seeking opportunities.

Career Designer's comment, April 29, 2013 4:39 AM
An interesting concept.