Planning Your Job Search

Planning Your Job Search Advice

Make yourself unforgettable by developing and presenting a strong personal brand.

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Facebook isn’t just for personal use– it can be a powerful professional networking tool.

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Understanding your employment rights will help you make a more informed decision when applying for your first job and reviewing your job offer.

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Explore the attributes of these three types of companies to find the right cultural fit when job searching.

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Time to step up your LinkedIn game and attract more recruiters to your page.

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Not a networking specialist? Here are some of the most common blunders beginners make.

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Can you really get parents involved in your search for your first job without letting them dictate your career choices? Here are some ideas you can try.

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You've received two job offers that you really wanted. What do you do when it all goes horribly right? 

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No one’s really sure about how to pronounce MOOC, but here's how Massive Open Online Courses can contribute to jobseekers’ employability.

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Nobody likes being turned down from a promising job offer. Flip this negative into a positive and make it worth your while.

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Whether you want to take a break, go traveling, pursue further studies, or start a business, you have options aside from just jumping into your first job.

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When it comes to planning your career, there are few people better-placed to dish out help than the experts you’ll find at your careers service.

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