10 Top Career Resolutions for 2018

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The start of a new year is a busy time for everyone including the companies you may want to work with. For many, this is the time of year when new positions are created and approved. A ton of interviews are scheduled and offers extended. For YOU, this means that if you’re considering a career […]

10 Steps to “Working It” at Your Next Job Fair

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Traditional job fairs are still a major way many companies find the people they hope to employ. Employers and recruiters gather their banners, booklets, pamphlets, business cards, candy and other unique goodies and head to high school and college gymnasiums, auditoriums and other large scale venues excited about meeting talented career seekers just like you! […]

Career Coaching Advice You Should NEVER Listen To

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As a Career Coach, I make it my business to keep my ear to the ground. I make it a point to stay plugged in to coaching and business trends, changes in technology and the job market itself. I often peruse LinkedIn reading articles and blog posts written by other coaches expecting to learn something […]

Confidence is key!!

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“Self-esteem isn’t everything; it’s just that there’s nothing without it.” ~Gloria Steinem Confidence is key! You’d be surprised to see how many careers are ruined by a lack of self esteem, confidence and belief in one’s self. This is one of the main issues Offer Stage tackles. It’s more than just giving you a strong resume […]

You’ve got less than 10 seconds…

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We’ve all heard that an applicant’s resume is only viewed for 6-10 seconds before they’re either contacted or their resume is “round filed.” That’s not a long time. Quite frankly, employers don’t have much more time than that. Any single job ad attracts hundreds to thousands of applications and employers often have several jobs advertised […]