Career Advice

Words to Start and Stop Using on Your Resume

With the average hiring manager only takings seconds to read your resume, it’s important to use your words wisely. The following words are flashy, impactful and should be used on your resume to stand out from the competition! Use them in your cover letter, or within your resume’s job descriptions or personal summary. Start Using…

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3 Podcasts to Make You a Better Employee

Podcasts are a great way to learn new skills — you can listen to top-tier advice from some of the world’s best professional career experts all while commuting to work, at the gym, or sitting at your desk. Better yet, most are free! What’s not to love? Whether you’re just starting your podcast journey or…

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Get Started Guide: How to Start Looking for an Insurance Job

As intimidating as it may seem, beginning your insurance job search can be broken down into smaller, more achievable steps that will have you applying for roles in no time!   Get Your Insurance Resume In Order When beginning your job search, your energy should initially be focused on preparing your resume. Sometimes this means…

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Should I Go Back To The Company That Fired Me?

If you follow Forbes’ Liz Ryan, you’ll know she’s often asked some pretty bewildering career questions — questions only a professional is suited to answer. This week, a reader named Philippe finds himself in a professional pickle: should he return to a company that once fired him? Phillipe asks: “It’s hard to say no, but…

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What NOT to Wear to Your Next Interview

Making a great first impression is key to nailing an interviewing, and nothing will ruin your chances faster than wearing a poorly constructed outfit when meeting your next potential boss. With that in mind, let’s review items you should never wear to an interview!

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