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Be More Than Prepared Always have an up-to-date resume ready to send. You never know when an opportunity that is too good to pass up might come along. If you're not on LinkedIn yet, create a LinkedIn Profile and start making connections who…

Does your resume do its job?

A resume is a marketing document, not a legal document. It needs to showcase you. You are so much more than a collection of skills and educational attainments! Right now, your resume is not doing its job for you because there is so little…

Seattle Salary Negotiations

When you're finally down to the wire on your impending job offer, there will come a time to talk numbers. "That one last conversation — where you negotiate salary — can unnerve even the most savvy job seeker." While most employers expect…

Cloud-Base Your Career Materials

You’re scrolling through job listings over your lunch break, and suddenly you see your dream job. Naturally, you want to apply immediately—but then you realize your career materials are all on a zip drive you left at home. And that means…

Redmond Salary Negotiation

Present your value. Even if you've done you're due diligence in researching salary levels for the position, you might not get what you're worth unless you can prove that you're worth it. "In serious salary negotiations, it is all about value…

4 Things you need to know while searching for jobs in Seattle

Find someone to refer you. You are missing out on job opportunities by not identifying someone inside the company to refer you for a job. While job boards are the primary source of hiring, 71 percent of HR professionals surveyed rated employee…

5 Tips for a Successful Online Job Search

Before the rise of the Internet, the first place you would go to find out what jobs were available was your local newspaper's classified ads. Now, of course, you can see all manner of jobs, from any kind of employer, with a simple search…

Personal SWOT Analysis for Bellevue Job Seekers

Many professionals recognize the value of a SWOT analysis for their companies. Understanding a business' Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats gives leaders a new perspective on what the organization does well, where its challenges…

Evolution is an necessary to upgrade your career.

Continue Learning and Training   Once you know what you want to do, find out which credentials are either necessary or beneficial for your career evolution. While some positions might require credentials, others may consider certain certifications…

Just starting your career?

Set clear goals The very first step is goal determination: What exactly does “career” mean for you? Is this associated with a certain amount of money? Do you want to reach a particular position? Only when you have a clear idea of what…

Want to climb the career ladder?

Take initiative. Today’s career requirements are highly developed and require much more than someone who won’t take risks. In today’s competitive career landscape, employers are looking for individuals who can bring fresh ideas to the…

Bellevue Recruiter tells you how to answer a few tricky questions

What is your greatest accomplishment?" Although the interviewer is asking you about your greatest accomplishment, you still have to choose one that is more professionally relevant. This is a good time to illustrate how you can contribute to…

I want to land a real job in sales. Where should I start?

If you want to be a salesperson and don't want to get wrapped up in direct sales, the best option is to find something you know a lot about and try to get a job selling it at the entry level. If you understand financial products, apply at banks.…

Job Search in 2019

Determine What Job You Want and Are Eligible For Before you start looking for a job, you have to figure out what position you want. Have a specific job title in mind, and then do some research to determine the keywords you’ll use when you…

What to put in your Resume in 2019

1. Don’t Put Everything on There Your resume should not have every work experience you’ve ever had listed on it. Think of your resume not as a comprehensive list of your career history, but as a marketing document selling you as the perfect…