Dream Job – How Amy Landed the One She Wanted

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Landing your dream job is one of the best things to happen in life. You get to spend the majority of your time working on what you want with people you want to be around. We love hearing about how we play a part in our customers’ success and Amy is no exception. Read about…

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Dream Job – How Marian Landed the One She Wanted

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The most enjoyable part about working for Loft Resumes is knowing that we help our customers get to where they want to be. Read Marian’s story below. “I ordered the Stars resume from Loft and within 12 hours received a callfrom my hiring manager. Not only is my resume beautiful, but it clearly stood out…

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Quick tips for the Craigslist job search

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Job searching on Craigslist? You’re not alone. In fact, with the rise of small businesses and startups, Craigslist is used now more than ever, as a cheap and easy way for companies to find local talent. And while it may have its share of crazies (with the documentaries to prove it), it is still providing…

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Praise in the Workplace – How Much do YOU need?

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Are you feeling valued at work? Are you getting the recognition you need? Think about the level of praise you require to function day in and day out at work. We can all appreciate praise and a compliment when a job is well done, but different generations are proving to have different expectations. As Dr….

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An Offer is Just a Starting Point: Tips for Negotiating a Higher Salary

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For many job-seekers, the excitement that comes with receiving a job offer is tempered by the anxiety-inducing salary negotiations that go along with it. In today’s economic climate, so many of us have heard, “You’re just lucky to have a job!” so much, we’re nervous about pushing our luck when it comes to money. The…

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Totally Desperate Job-Hunting Attempts That Actually Worked

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In total, 13.1 million Americans are out of work—more people than live in Beijing or Sao Paolo. The city proper populations of New York and Los Angeles combined do not equal the unemployed population in America.  Over four million of those job seekers have been unemployed for more than a year, and some are resorting to…

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