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Are you making these avoidable resume mistakes? Review this list of common resume typos to ensure (not “insure”) your document is flawless.
Looking for resume tips for opticians? Get advice from the experts at iHireOptometry and learn how to write an interview-winning optician resume.
How do you know which soft skills employers want to see? And how do you make something subjective and unquantifiable into a persuasive argument that will get you hired?
More than half of hiring managers will send your application to the trash for poor spelling or grammar. Use this proofreading checklist to make sure you don’t overlook any mistakes.
A Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (or, SWOT) analysis can save enormous amounts of time throughout the job search process. The following personal SWOT analysis worksheet is designed to produce a highly effective reference document for writing your resume and cover letter, preparing for interviews, negotiating salary, and filling skill gaps to push your career to the next step.
For many, an extended leave from the workforce can make the job application process especially daunting... Here are some tips for developing a cover letter that will open doors for your return to the workplace.
Although some employers no longer request cover letters and in many ways emails are replacing traditional cover letters, more than 80% of recruiters still expect to see one. Read our expert advice for writing a cover letter that will be noticed by hiring managers.
Use these tips to network your way to employment.
Find out why you should become a healthcare administrator and learn about 5 trends in healthcare management driving the future of healthcare administration.
Pursuing a career in optometry? Check out this optometrist education guide for a list of the top optometry schools in the US.
Just beginning your physical therapist career? Learn about the different types of physical therapy and choose the right physical therapy career path for you.
Check out iHire’s specific advice for career changers who are switching careers at 30, starting a new career at 40, or making a career change at 50.
If done right, using social media to find a job can help get you in front of the competition and increase the chances that you’ll get an interview.
When it comes to your job search, it never hurts to get social. That means both in terms of in-person meetings and via online venues. The social network Twitter is an under-utilized tool to extend the scope and reach of a job search. Are you using it to the fullest extent possible?
Using social media to find a job requires some navigation. The savviest job seekers are active on multiple social media platforms and understand the different expectations and tools that come with them.
If you are looking for work, you need to take advantage of Facebook and the resources it provides to help make your job hunt a success. Learn how Facebook can speed up your search for employment.
Approaching new business contacts can be awkward, but it’s an important part of professional networking. Learn how to meet new people with these tips.
How exactly should a job reference page look? These tips and templates will help you get it right.
Most people simply work hard and hope their work gets noticed by their bosses. Stop waiting for recognition and take full control of your career trajectory by following these surefire ways to get on your supervisor’s radar.
Keeping track of job references is not only important for your current job search, it can also help your career down the road. These templates will ensure you have what you need to succeed.
What does your job interview body language say about you? Read these tips to ensure you're sending the right message and making a good first impression.
Have a graphic design job interview coming up? Prepare yourself with our guide to common interview questions for graphic designers.
One of the most frustrating aspects of the job search process is the waiting game AFTER the interview. Instead of assuming the worst, consider these scenarios that could be at play.
Does arriving late to an interview make a bad impression? Yes. Have you destroyed your chances? Not quite.
These salary negotiation email samples and tips can help you craft your email negotiation script, even without discussing the matter with the hiring manager face to face.
Negotiate a sweet starting salary by following these 10 steps.
Whether you’re currently searching for your next job—with available means to increase your income—or simply looking to make a little more cash without changing schools, this guide can help.
Use the sample salary negotiation scripts below to craft your own persuasive spiel.
Want to know how to become an optician? Learn more about the training and education requirements you’ll need to get your optician license.
Considering a career in restaurant management? Read this primer and learn about a restaurant manager’s daily duties and responsibilities as well as some tips to help you succeed.
How do you get the right experience and training, and then find a job you will love in the logistics field? These tips will help you along your logistics career path.
It was around the time of the 2008 economic crisis that the construction industry starting losing jobs. Since then, though, the industry started to be on its way to total recovery. That’s good news if you’re in the early steps of your career, but what does the construction industry have to offer Millennials?
Deciding on a career in QA vs. QC can be tough if you don’t know which is which. Find out the difference between quality control and quality assurance.
Staying healthy at work is not as difficult as it seems – read these seven great office health tips to help you feel your best and be more productive!
‘Tis the season for drunk coworkers and embarrassing office party stories. Here are 5 tips to help you make it through your work party and keep your job.
Learn about the top soft skills for engineers and find out why interpersonal skills like communication, teamwork, empathy, and leadership are just as important as technical knowledge in the engineer job search.