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Tag: Job Search Advice


Freshen Up Your LinkedIn Profile With These Helpful Tips

November 27th, 2019

When employers receive an application from a promising candidate, they often turn to LinkedIn to gather more information. Your LinkedIn profile can serve as a repository of career information, allowing you to expand on the highlights you provided in a resume or cover letter. To make the right impression on LinkedIn, keep your profile updated… Read more »

Job Search Tips for New Grads

May 17th, 2019

Check out our latest “Find The Right Job with KARE” segment

Best Ways to Explain Gaps in Your Resume

May 15th, 2019

If you’ve been away from work for an extended period of time, jumping back into the job market can feel daunting. You may not know how to explain gaps in your resume, or if you should even apply for jobs when it’s clear that you haven’t worked in some time. Here’s how to handle resume… Read more »

How to Keep Your Social Media Career Friendly

April 24th, 2019

Many of us sneak a peek at social media when we meet someone new in order to learn more about them. Hiring managers are no exception. If you’re searching for a job, your social media accounts may be the first impression you make on a prospective employer. Here’s how to give them the career-friendly makeover… Read more »

Rejected from a Job? Here’s What to Do Next

April 10th, 2019

Getting rejected from a job that looked promising can hurt. You may feel shame, embarrassment, frustration or anger. It’s important to remember that getting rejected from a job isn’t a reflection on you as a person. Rather, it’s a sign that this position isn’t the right one for your unique blend of talents and values.… Read more »