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Teaching is a rewarding career and perhaps one of the most important jobs in society. Teachers often work under immense pressure and develop fine tuned skills. But what happens when teaching no longer works for your lifestyle? How do you transfer your specialized skills to a new career? We used the Jobscan Career Change Tool
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Whether you work at restaurants or hotels, casinos or concerts, the hospitality life is always an interesting one. But maybe you’ve decided to shift your career away from hospitality, either because of the changing economy or your changing needs. Where do you go? Which career do you pursue next? Hospitality professionals are skilled at helping
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When searching for jobs on LinkedIn, you may want to save positions of interest to come back to later. LinkedIn conveniently provides a “save” button, just beside the “apply” button, which allows you to do so in one click. Where do my LinkedIn saved jobs go? Once you click the “save” button, the job will
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Companies of all sizes have used applicant tracking systems (ATS) to manage their job postings and applicants since the 1990s. Since then, many new companies (including Recruiterbox) have entered the market aiming to leave the old, clunky feel of the ’90s-era systems behind and bring about a fresh experience to both candidates and companies. What
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Resume trends come and go, and if you’re submitting old resumes during your 2020 job search, you could be hurting your chances of getting an interview. Even if your work experience and skills have stayed the same, there are still ways to update your resume for the modern recruiting process and job landscape. Read on
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iCIMS is a top applicant tracking system used by over 4000 companies. While it supports companies of all sizes, locations and industries, its target audience is primarily mid-market and enterprise companies (most often those with 1000+ employees). While they have seen a lot of growth in the past couple of years, they have not been
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Long story short, you should include your city and state on your resume, even if you’re a remote candidate. Read on to find out why.  As we’ve learned from other resume traditions like objective statements, old resume writing habits die hard. We live in the digital age, so no one expects a snail mail response
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The short answer is yes. Many companies are continuing to recruit as normal, while others are ramping up hiring during the COVID-19 pandemic to accommodate increased sales. However, overall hiring has slowed significantly. Service sector hiring has come to a near halt and many companies, even those with work-from-home capabilities have implemented hiring freezes. ZipRecruiter
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Traditional job search techniques lose some of their pertinence the higher you get on the corporate ladder. Promotions have moved you into new roles. Recruiters have lured you to new companies. The number of jobs you’re interested in has been culled to a handful of hyper-competitive executive positions. It’s been a few years since you’ve browsed the
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What Is Employer Branding? Employer branding is the act of cultivating an employer brand, which is essentially an identity or persona cultivated by an organization that is presented to the public. Typically, an employer brand embodies an organization’s mission, values, and culture. A positive employer brand signals to prospective job candidates that the company is
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There are a number of considerations to weigh before deciding on a resume format and template, like your field or industry, depth of work experience, and skill set. Today, job seekers also need their resume to be compatible with applicant tracking systems (ATS). An ATS resume template can be the difference between getting noticed and slipping
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Updating your resume as an executive can be uniquely challenging. How on earth are you supposed to capture the full breadth of your value as a leader in a single document? Enter the executive resume summary. When done right, a compelling executive summary near the top of your resume will serve as your sales pitch.
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