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Networking: Tackling the Battle of Conversation

By Kimani Johnson on PeopleCorner – Powered by PeopleScout For some people, conversation and human interaction is an effortless task – for others, not so much. It can be difficult or stressful to engage in conversation in a group setting. This post will provide some tips for starting a conversation during what can already be a nerve-wracking... read more

Your Hour-by-Hour Guide to Kicking Off Your Job Search in One Afternoon

By Alyse Kalish on The Muse Finish that show you’ve been binging. Organize your bedroom. Bar hop with friends. Watch football. Go sledding with your kids. Sleep in. These are the things you want to do on a Saturday. Write a cover letter? Send out networking emails? Not so much. But if you clicked on... read more

Networking Tips for the Holiday Season

By Kelly Low on PeopleCorner – Powered by PeopleScout The holiday season is a very sociable time of the year and a great time to strengthen and expand your professional network. With little effort, you can meet a large number of interesting people over the holidays while attending your company’s holiday party, social events with professional associations,... read more

What You Should (and Shouldn’t) Do When You’re Waiting to Hear Back About a Job

By Sara McCord on The Muse You know that you’re capable of being a top-tier applicant (that’s why you’re here!). You’re the type to take your career ambitions into your own hands—build your network, do your research, rock the interview, and write an awesome thank you note. But then it’s the hiring manager’s turn, and you... read more

The Cover Letter Gets a Thumbs-Up!

By Laura Hogan on PeopleCorner – Powered by PeopleScout Some might say that cover letters are pointless and a thing of the past, but are they? I quite like to skim-read a well-thought out, concise cover letter. If it is put together correctly, it should quickly show that you are the ‘right’ person for the job and... read more

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