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Topic Working a Job Fair by Joanna Samuels

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Dear Joanna, I’m going to the JVS Toronto job fair next week on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 from 3 pm – 5 pm at the Lebovic Community Centre. I’m a recent university graduate looking for work as a customer…
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The Worst Thing Is to Be Stuck in Your Career Alex Freund

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Many of my clients say they feel suffocated in their careers. For whatever reason, they do not like the profession they have chosen for themselves: they feel they’re poorly fit for their careers, and they dislike everything associated with…
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Proofreading Resumes on Paper- Sharon Bailly

Proofreading Resumes on Paper I have often ranted about the complete uselessness of electronic grammar checkers and mentioned the need for manual proofreading, rather than relying on electronic spellcheckers, but I am also against proofreading a resume on the…
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Gaps in your work history by Joanna Samuels

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Dear Joanna, Before I was married and had my three children, I had a successful career as a project manager with a large construction company for 10 years. It’s been about three years that I have been out of…
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Religious Accommodations and the Job Interview Joanna Samuels

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Religious Accommodations and the Job Interview Dear Joanna I am an observant Jew who wears a kippah all the time, and keep Shabbat and all of the Jewish holy days. During the winter season, I will need to leave…
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Here are Some Rarely Reported InterviewTips By Kera Grrene

Here are some rarely reported interview tips. As both an ex-recruiter and a current career counselor I have seen it all. 1) Be polite to the outer office receptionist. At times, after the applicant left my office, the receptionist…
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Small Mistakes with Big Results: by Robin Schlinger

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September 28th, 2014 Small Mistakes with Big Results Often small mistakes on a resume have the potential to upset a job applicant’s chances. For example: The absence of a two letter word is easy overlook when proofreading a resume—in…
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The 10 Most Important Work Skills in 2020 The 6 Drivers of Change ○ All of the 10 skills will tie back into these disruptive shifts on the horizon: ■ Extreme Longevity ● People are living longer ○ By…
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Recruitment Advisors interview with Michael Rosner

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Expert Interview with Michael Rosner on Tips for Job Sites April 3, 2014 10:48 pm | Leave a Comment | Mary Hiers Michael Rosner suggests that job recruiters stress growth and a friendly working environment to attract quality candidates. In…
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