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Tips for Protecting Your Online Reputation
Social media has become very important in our lives. Photos and status updates are quickly posted after a fun night out and it’s all just fun and games. However, social media has become a significant part of the professional world as well. Employers are increasingly checking the profiles of potential employees and interns and it could make a difference in whether they are hired or not. It’s important in this day and age to have social media profiles, but it is also important to keep your...
 Simply Hired - Wed, 11/06/2013 - 20:05



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The Learning Resume: New Ways to Showcase Your Skills
Resumes are changing. Using what was once the job seeker’s standard format (i.e., “Objective,” then “Experience,” then “Education”) is now the quickest way to ensure that your resume will end up in the recycling bin. Today many alternative types of resumes are being tried out: video resumes, social resumes, and visual/infographic resumes, to name just a few. These resumes are excellent not only for catching the attention of hiring managers, but also for demonstrating digital...
 Simply Hired - Tue, 11/05/2013 - 14:47



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Simply Hired Releases November Employment Outlook Report
Job openings decrease slightly in October but remain significantly higher than one year ago.  Today, Simply Hired released its November 2013 U.S. Employment Outlook report which shows that nationwide job openings decreased 0.4% month-over-month in October 2013. However, job openings were up 33.4% compared to October 2012.  “Simply Hired’s data from October shows a slight dip in job openings compared to last month, but still very positive growth year-over-year,” said James Beriker,...
 Simply Hired - Mon, 11/04/2013 - 14:26



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Don’t Blow It! Thank Your Interviewers, All of Them
Similar to a first date that went well, you need to follow up an interview with some sort of correspondence. But what do you say and how do you say it? Assuming that you did your research about the position and the company before your interview, the thank you note is easier than you think. Here are a few sample thank you letters for different interview scenarios: The informational interview/ 30 minute phone interview This thank you can be handwritten, but because it was more of a discovery...
 Simply Hired - Fri, 11/01/2013 - 13:45



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The Diversity of Careers in Real Estate
Are you interested or have you considered a career in real estate? The choice of professions in real estate has grown in recent years, including a wide selection of occupations, both part time and fulltime.   Most people automatically think of real estate agents, brokers, appraisers, closing agents, and loan originators when thinking of jobs in real estate, but the industry has grown well beyond these careers. There are a number of diverse career options available in the field of real estate....
 Simply Hired - Thu, 10/31/2013 - 14:58



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It’s Never Too Late to Negotiate Your Salary
For a young person just entering the professional workforce, the idea of negotiating with a powerful, and oftentimes intimidating, employer can be scary to say the least. You’re new to the professional environment, you’re focused on not spilling your coffee on your new pencil skirt and you’re still completely terrified of the boss you’ve only seen twice. We’ve all been there. Now it’s time for your first review and hopefully pay raise. Here is where things get tough. You are probably...
 Simply Hired - Wed, 10/30/2013 - 13:03



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In Networking: Don't Burn Your Bridges
When you hear the term burning bridges you might think about relationships. About failed high school romances or jilted friendships. Abrupt terminations are hard to swallow, but your ability to keep your emotions in check may be the difference in landing your next job.   Future Job Searches Assume that everyone in your industry talks, and most of them have a vague idea of who you are. Image is crucial, and you don’t want to be the person that is seen as flakey, rude, petty, quick to anger,...
 Simply Hired - Wed, 10/30/2013 - 12:48



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Attraction and Action: How to Use the Law of Attraction in Your Job Search
When certified executive and career coach Marshall Brown works with clients, he may ask them to create a vision board, which is a board that displays words and images of what his clients want to achieve in their life. Other times, he may ask clients to write a story about what their perfect job would look like. He tells them to be as detailed as possible, really thinking about what they would be doing all day at that perfect job, what kind of colleagues they would be working with, and even...
 Simply Hired - Tue, 10/29/2013 - 14:23



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How Employers are Mining Social Data, and How to Protect Yourself
Anyone who is looking for a job already faces a tough battle. However, it’s growing even tougher as data mining advancements create a side to employer evaluations that are tough for job candidates to predict. You already know that saying the wrong things on social channels can be detrimental to your job search. You’ve learned to get rid of drunken photos, flame wars, and gripes about your former employer. But now, even the most innocuous social media presence can hurt you in unpredictable...
 Simply Hired - Mon, 10/28/2013 - 13:53



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5 Tips for Changing Your Career
Are you working in an occupation that isn’t satisfying? Maybe you have been revisiting your dreams of finding a new job. No matter what your reasons are, you think you are ready to take the plunge and start a career. What should you know before you make an employment move? Here are 5 tips that could empower you to make a change—the right way . . . Your finances If you are considering switching jobs, you need to have a good idea of where you are financially. The first thing you should...
 Simply Hired - Fri, 10/25/2013 - 13:37



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4 Things To Do After You Ace A Job Interview
Ah, you’ve aced a job interview.  There really isn’t a better feeling, is there?  Oh wait, yes there is: actually landing a job! Regardless of how great your interview goes, there are so many variables and factors that still need to be added into the hiring equation.  Luckily, there are some things that can be done about the aforementioned uncertainty not long after you leave the interview chair.   In the never-ending effort to give yourself a competitive edge, we’ve complied four...
 Simply Hired - Wed, 10/23/2013 - 13:46



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Jan 10, Job Search in the Digital Age - Brand Yourself!
Self promotion is important to your job search, especially in the digital age!
 TopSalesJobs.com - Thu, 01/10/2013 - 15:10



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Dec 3, Corporate or Start Up - What's Best?
What job setting is right for you? Corporate or start up. How to Decide
 TopSalesJobs.com - Mon, 12/03/2012 - 16:26



Recruiting Nevada
Meet Gary G.
Recruitingnevada.com (one of the many Greenspun Media Group websites) gave life to our new campaign at PREVIEW 2011.  Gary G., the newest member of our team handed out logo stickered bananas and advice, “If you’re going bananas trying to find quality employees, post your job on recrutingnevada.com.” Although recruitingnevada.com has been around for nearly a decade, like many companies, our brand awareness needed a boost.  Our talented creative team came up with several innovative ideas. ...
 Recruiting Nevada - Thu, 02/17/2011 - 13:24



Recruiting Nevada
PREVIEW 2011
Anticipation for Preview 2011 is brewing.  This annual Las Vegas Chamber program and trade show at Thomas & Mack brings out the best of the best.  Although after 10 years of attending, it feels to me a lot like an annual family reunion/therapy session. The LVCVA is sure to wow us again this year by unveiling their newest ad campaign designed to drive our economic engine – tourism.  Expert speakers will reveal their predictions for the year ahead.  I suspect we’ll be told again Las...
 Recruiting Nevada - Thu, 02/10/2011 - 15:21



Recruiting Nevada
In-The-Moment Mentors
As I was reading this week’s issue of In Business Las Vegas and turning the pages of the special section Women to Watch, it occurred to me that many of these women have unknowingly been my mentors. I have benefitted from in-the-moment mentorship that happens when you are doing business or socializing with someone you know, like and trust.   For example, Darcy Neighbors, founder and CEO of CIM Marketing Partners gave me some great leadership advice as I was about to take the reigns as president...
 Recruiting Nevada - Wed, 02/09/2011 - 13:43



Recruiting Nevada
Caregiver Business Summit
If you are a company with employees in Nevada, some are likely to be among the 250,000 plus caregivers in the state.  Having personally been a caregiver to both children and senior parents while employed, I understand the demands placed on the “sandwich generation” caregivers. As a manager, I also understand the strains placed on a productive work team if a member of that team is not able to be fully engaged.  Did you know the annual cost to businesses for employees of all ages who are caregivers...
 Recruiting Nevada - Thu, 01/27/2011 - 09:00



Recruiting Nevada
The Buck Stops Here and Here and Here
By: Bill Granda, Regional Director, Paradigm Associates Ask anybody in any organization where the buck stops, and it’s a rare organization where you’d find someone answering anywhere other than the CEO’s office. It seems logical; it’s certainly a long held belief. But is it really functional in today’s business environment? If the buck stops in the CEO’s office, isn’t the corollary that it doesn’t stop with any other senior managers, or middle managers, or supervisors, or anyone...
 Recruiting Nevada - Tue, 01/25/2011 - 17:31



Recruiting Nevada
$2.5 Million in Grant Funds Available
This week the U.S. Department of Labor announced they will award approximately $500 million through the Community College and Career Training Grant Program.  Every state will receive at least $2.5 million in grant awards this year.  If you are a postsecondary school that qualifies, this could help bring much needed workforce training to the masses of Nevada’s unemployed. This is not tuition assistance, this is money to be used by community colleges or other two-year degree institutions of...
 Recruiting Nevada - Fri, 01/21/2011 - 16:43



Recruiting Nevada
Motivation 3.0
Motivation 3.0 The Interview There have been countless articles, books, blogs and tweets about this deeply personal topic.  It really doesn’t get more personal than our motivation and emotions, so it seems a little arrogant to tell you what motivates us.  However, over the next several months with experts like Maslow, Pink, Buckingham and Drucker, I’m going to give it a shot, as it relates to recruiting and employee retention anyway. This week, we’ll take a look at Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy...
 Recruiting Nevada - Fri, 01/14/2011 - 01:47



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