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Temporary employment is gaining in popularity. Could it be for you?

Thinking of temping? If so, you’re part of a growing trend. Across North America, temporary work is on the rise compared to full-time work. And there’s no sign of that slowing down. Today, it’s standard practice for temporary placements to be factored in as part of a company’s staffing plan, since some organizations want to be able to adjust the size of their staff according to need and budget.
December 18, 2019
5-minute read

10 Secrets to Networking Nirvana

The thought of handing out business cards or calling up contacts and former colleagues makes many people inwardly cringe. But networking doesn’t have to be painful.
January 9, 2020
3-minute read

10 Subject Line Tips When Looking for Work

Anyone who’s looking for work knows it can be a challenge to figure out what to write as a subject line for emails to prospective employers. After all, if no one opens your email, it doesn’t matter how great your cover letter and resume are.
January 9, 2020
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What I Should Have Said in my Job Interview

You interview for, let’s say, a sales position. The interviewer asks, “Have you ever led a team?” You answer, ‘Well, not really.” Later you wonder, why didn’t I mention that you’d taken the lead on many department-wide initiatives.
January 9, 2020
3-minute read

Waiting for an Email from Recruiters? Read This

Waiting is hard to do. And we’re getting worse and worse at it. We are so used to getting results NOW that asking us to be patient is like, well, expecting us to wait for a web page to load. As if! About 32% of us will give up on a slow-loading page within just 1 to 5 seconds, according to studies.
January 9, 2020
4-minute read

Too Old to Get Hired? Nope

Is the deck stacked against older job applicants? If you’re a baby boomer looking for a job, with relevant up-to-date skills, know that you’re still in the game.
January 9, 2020
4-minute read

The Surprising Power of the Voice

It might seem ironic, but Hillary goes low and Donald goes high – with their speaking voices when talking to large audiences. That’s the finding of Dr. Rosario Signorello who studies how politicians change their pitch and volume to attract voters.
January 9, 2020
5-minute read
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