Strike the Right Tone with Your Cover Letter

You should think of your cover letter as you introducing yourself to the company you want to work for and explaining why they should want to know you. What’s the most effective way to communicate your interest and value?

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Job Satisfaction Starts with Assessing Your Skills

A full-time job will usually take up at least half of our waking hours, so making that time personally fulfilling while also financially rewarding is important. If you’re ready to begin your career journey, it’s helpful to know what your best fit really is. Here are some free tools to help you compare the skills you have, or are interested in developing, with specific career fields and occupations.

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The Difference between Developing Hard Skills and Soft Skills

Hard skills and soft skills are both vital to your career success, but training for each type is completely different. Here are ways to think about soft skills as something to develop, and how you can develop them.

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Interviewing 101: Dressing for Success

First impressions matter. Before you head out to your next interview, spend time thinking about what you’ll wear. These guidelines will help you choose just the right attire for your interview.

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Keywords in Your Résumé Get Recruiters’ Attention

Searching for a job is hard work. There are so many people submitting résumés to online job boards. How can you possibly stand out from the crowd? It helps to know how recruiters narrow their choices. Here are some tips.

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Match Your Skills to Your Ideal Workplace

Being able to do your best work in the best workplace for you will go a long way toward having a fulfilling career. Use these tips for insights into how to find the best place to work.

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Take Charge of Your Job Search with Letters of Interest

You may write a cover letter to apply for a job, but you can find jobs with companies that interest you by writing a letter of interest instead. Here are some tips for writing and taking next steps.

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Seven Tips to Prepare for a Job Interview

There’s no question that preparing for an interview can increase your chances of being hired. You will need more than just a clean suit and a smile! These tips will help convince your interviewer that you will be a great asset to their organization.

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Locate Volunteer and Internship Opportunities Online

While you can always find opportunities by inserting the words “volunteer” or “internship” in regular job search sites, consider checking out these resources that offer specific ways to look for these positions.

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How to Include Volunteer Experience on Your Résumé

Community service and volunteer work are great things to add to your résumé. How you use it depends on how much time you spent with the volunteer organizations. Here's how to include it and use volunteer experience to get jobs and build your career.

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Apprenticeships Are a Valid Option

Are you hesitant to invest time and money in a traditional college program or trade school before you’re sure the job is a good fit for you? You might check out an apprenticeship instead.

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Five Tips for a Friendlier Workplace

Everyone has felt out of place at their job at some point. While you don’t have to become best friends with everyone in the company, a pleasant work environment can make your job go much more smoothly. These five tips can help you get there.

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