Get noticed and get hired: three tips to improve your resume.

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In a saturated job market it can be tough to get noticed and get hired. No matter how many times your mom told you not to judge a book by its cover, it’s still one of life’s inevitable occurrences. Luckily, by thinking of a hiring manager as someone browsing a bookstore, you can make a…

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Bookkeeping Jobs

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Newsflash: You’re applying for bookkeeping jobs that many other people are vying to land as well. Your resume will appear in a large stack of other resumes, written by people just as qualified, nice, caring and smart as you are. You must differentiate yourself from the rest of this stack of bookkeeper resumes. Let’s do…

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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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