10 Recession-Proof IT Jobs to Consider 

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The current economic climate is uncertain. COVID-19, the coronavirus associated with the recent outbreak, is wreaking havoc all across the globe. While the stock market has certainly been tumbling, the long-term impact isn’t yet clear. As a result, it’s wise for tech pros to consider which IT jobs are most likely to be recession-proof.  Even during downturn… Read more »


How to Display Temp Positions on Your Resume

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Figuring out how to list your temp positions on a resume can be challenging. Usually, you have two options available for displaying your temporary jobs. Each has its own pros and cons, and each one is best suited to specific situations. By selecting the right approach, you can increase your odds of being seen as… Read more »


Get Your Resume to the Top of a Hiring Managers Pile with These Tips

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When you are trying to find a new job, having a standout resume is critical. Otherwise, your application might be placed straight into the discard pile, and you never get a chance to speak with the hiring manager about why you’re a great candidate. In many cases, a hiring manager only spends a few seconds… Read more »


How Long Should My IT Resume Be?

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How long an IT resume should be is a hotly debated topic. Some swear that one page should be the limit. Others think that two or three pages might be appropriate, depending on the position. The mix of advice can be confusing to IT candidates. Luckily, there is a way to find the right length… Read more »


3 Ways to Leave a Good Impression During Your First Interview

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As the saying goes, you only have one chance to make a good first impression. When you come in for your initial interview, impressing the hiring manager as quickly as possible is a must. That way, the remainder of their experience with you is skewed positive, as their first impression was a great one. Luckily,… Read more »


5 Ways to Boost Your Job Search with LinkedIn

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When it comes to professional networking sites, LinkedIn is an undisputed leader. Professionals flock to the platform to showcase their capabilities, including details that might not fit on a traditional resume. Recruiters and hiring managers also spend time on the platform, either to source potential candidates or to learn more about an applicant’s skills and… Read more »


Why It’s a Great Time for New Graduates to Find Engineering Jobs

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Today, it’s a great time to be a new engineering graduate. The unemployment rate in the United States is still incredibly low, and job prospects are strong. Nearly every engineering specialty is experiencing growth, with some outpacing the national average. In an effort to stay ahead of the competition, companies are increasingly open to hiring… Read more »


What to Ask HR Before Accepting a Job Offer

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Today, it’s a job-seekers market. Skilled professionals have choices when it comes to accepting a new job. They aren’t stuck with the first role that comes around. Instead, they are in a position to ask questions before they say “yes.” If you are offered a job, it’s wise to reach out to HR and find… Read more »


Is It Better to Be the First to Interview or the Last?

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Getting a call about a job interview is exciting. But, if you are given a choice between multiple interview times, it can also be a bit stressful. Trying to figure out which time or day is best isn’t easy. You might think that going first is the best option as it allows you to serve… Read more »


How to Save an Interview After It’s Gone Downhill

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When you’re interviewing for your ideal job, it’s easy to get a bit rattled. You may be anxious, increasing the odds that you’ll make a mistake. Maybe you misunderstood what the hiring manager asked and gave a wrong answer. Maybe you forgot to tell the hiring manager something important that you bring to the table…. Read more »