5 Tips for Creating a Personal Brand

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When you think of a brand, you might think of your favorite brand of clothes, food, or even technology. However, a brand is more than that. It can be anything… a symbol, name, reputation, tone, or even an emotion. Job seekers and other professionals can learn from “brands” because they are recognizable and separate themselves… Read more »

Job Search & Politics: Tips to Steal from Presidential Candidates

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It’s an election year and the presidential race is now narrowing down to the top candidates. In an episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” we made a logical comparison of the presidential race and interviewing for a job when Jimmy Fallon said to Donald Trump, “I mean, you’re running for the biggest job… Read more »

What Recruiters Want You to Know about Getting a Job

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By Chelsea Hancock, Social Media Specialist at d. Diversified Services Chelsea Hancock manages the social media platforms, our website and writes blogs. Hired in October 2015 and being new to the world of staffing and recruiting, she has developed an outsider’s perspective on what candidates should know before they begin the job search process.  Remember… Read more »

Willingness to Learn: Free Apps for Career Development

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You might have read several job descriptions that list “willingness to learn” as a job requirement or skill needed for a position. This is a major attribute that all employers are looking for. If you don’t have a lot of experience in your career, listing this on your resume as a skill can help. However,… Read more »

5 Tips to Improve your Internet Appearance

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Always “dress for the job you want.” This not only applies to your physical appearance, but to your internet appearance. Social Media has become a basic part of our daily lives. From Facebook to Instagram, most people utilize at least one of the many social platforms. As social media evolves, so have employers. In a… Read more »