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What truly IS job hopping?

Job hopping, or the act of consistently leaving numerous jobs after short periods of time, is typically frowned upon in the working sphere. If a hiring manager or recruiter notices that a candidate is a “job hopper,” they take it as a sign that he or she is either pursuing the wrong career, or has a poor decision-making process when it comes to finding employment.  It can reflect a lack of commitment, staying power and seeing things through to the end.

But there are other factors that…


Posted on September 23, 2015 at 12:07pm

Good Body Language in a Job Interview

Maintaining good body language in a job interview is so crucial to landing that all important job.  You’ve got your two-minute speech down, 2 minute speech, you’ve rehearsed your responses to the typical questions; now you’ve just gotta work on your body language. Good body language is incredibly important in all walks of life—not just in a job interview! You have to know how to walk that thin line between confident and…


Posted on August 13, 2015 at 10:58am

Job Interview Travel Tips

Job interviews can be stressful enough, but what about interviews that require you to travel? This is a whole different ball game. Traveling to meet with an employer is not a vacation, and you don’t want to pack on any extra stress in addition to your interview. The trick is to be prepared for the interview, and not have to worry about the travel portion at all. Traveling is stressful enough, but you don’t want to stress over traveling AND the interview. There are a few organizational things…


Posted on July 28, 2015 at 3:15pm

Emails to your boss

E-mail etiquette is very important in the working space. A modicum of straight-laced, formal writing is required when you are drafting up an email, especially in your emails to your BOSS. Communicating via email to your boss should be...Emails to your boss…


Posted on July 22, 2015 at 1:08pm — 2 Comments

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