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Stop Psyching Yourself Out: 6 Tips for a Stress-Free Job Interview

September 22nd, 2017

Even if you’ve been on many throughout your career, job interviews tend to trigger anxiety in most people. While a small dose of anxiety can be a good thing when it comes to keeping you focused, becoming overly stressed can hinder your interview performance. The key to success during any job interview is to control… Read more »

How to Write a Powerful Resume (and Find a Great Job!)

August 28th, 2017

A powerful resume is one of the greatest tools you can have in your job-hunting arsenal. As a job seeker, your resume serves two key purposes: getting it past the screening software into the hands of an actual human, and impressing that person when it gets there. To achieve these main goals and make a… Read more »

How to Snag a Great Job in Oklahoma City (Before It’s Posted!)

April 21st, 2017

We’ve all been there. A great job is posted, you apply for the position and receive an automated email response informing you the job has already been filled. Wouldn’t it be great if you could somehow get your foot in the door for these positions before they are posted? The good news is there is… Read more »

Who Should You List as a Job Reference If You’re Just Starting out in Your Career?

March 10th, 2017

Starting out in your career can be a gigantic challenge. How can you prove your abilities when you don’t yet have any professional experience to show? Also, if you don’t have any professional experience, who should you list as a job reference when asked? While these are tough questions to answer, the good news is… Read more »

7 Tips for a Proactive Job Search

December 23rd, 2016

At times, it can feel like an unspoken science lies behind job seeking. You can expertly tailor each cover letter and tweak your resume in just the right places to highlight your skills that match the vacant position, yet still hear nothing back once you press the submit button and your application enters the abyss… Read more »

Job Interviews: How Many Questions Are Too Many?

June 16th, 2014

While nearly every job candidate prepares to be asked questions during an interview, fewer prepare to ask questions of their own. But an interview is a dialogue: it’s your chance to ask the company your own questions, as well as to answer the company’s questions about your own work. Asking questions during an interview gives… Read more »

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