Are You Overqualified for the Job?

Are You Overqualified for the Job?

Have you ever stopped to consider your job qualifications? While some job seekers worry that they are not qualified enough for the position of their dreams, others run the risk of being seen as overqualified...

Professional Networking - A Job Search Must

Professional Networking - A Job Search Must

Networking has always been one of the most effective ways of securing a job. Today, professional networking is more critical than ever. With an over-saturated job seeker market, standing out means you need to get out of your house - or cube - and connect...

What Not to Wear For a Job Interview

What Not to Wear For a Job Interview

As much as we may not like it, it is hard to change a first impression. This philosophy can apply to many situations, especially during your first interview with a prospective employer. Weve all had them wardrobe malfunctions...

Job Hunt Strategies for Seniors

Job Hunt Strategies for Seniors

Like many Americans, the older workforce has been impacted by the implications of the economic downturn. For seniors in or returning to the labor market, the job search process can seem overwhelming and time consuming. Whether looking for a full-time career...

Interviewing Strategies for Older Workers

Interviewing Strategies for Older Workers

If you are an older worker looking for a job, you face many challenges similar to your younger counterparts but also challenges that are distinct to your age group. Seniors are often an overlooked demographic. However, this age group is staying in the work force...

Staying Positive Throughout Your Job Search

Staying Positive Throughout Your Job Search

Keeping an upbeat attitude throughout your job search may seem effortless at first, but if weeks pass without any viable leads, its easy to get discouraged. Stopping your job search completely or accepting any job that comes along out of desperation is tempting...

Job Hunt Strategies for Americans with Disabilities

Job Hunt Strategies for Americans with Disabilities

For the millions of Americans with disabilities in the workforce, like any job seeker, there are strategies you can employ to be most effective in your job search. The Recruiting Experts at America’s Job Exchange, specialists in diversity hiring offer some vital tips...

Women in the Workforce: Strategies to Finding a Job

Women in the Workforce: Strategies to Finding a Job

The female presence in the workforce, whether in accounting, the sciences, human resources, developing corporate communications, or assuming executive positions, is increasing in just about every industry. According to statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor...

Interviewing Strategies for Americans with Disabilities

Interviewing Strategies for Americans with Disabilities

Sometime during a job search, many people ask me whether they should consider a change of career. Before I answer, I always ask, "Why are you considering a change?"...

Interviewing Strategies for Women

Interviewing Strategies for Women

Women make up approximately 47 percent of the labor market; a great economic contribution to the workforce. Currently about 8.1 percent remain unemployed. While this is below the national average, women of all ages and job titles have been deeply...

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