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How many references should you have

How Many References Should You Have?

Most employers will ask for references before offering you the job. But how many references do you need? And who should you use as a reference? As a former recruiter, I’m going to answer these questions and share my #1 tip for how to make sure you’re giving GOOD references that won’t cost you the […]

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2-Week Notice Resignation Letter (Copy and Paste)

In this article, I’m going to give you a sample two-weeks’ notice resignation letter to copy and paste when you quit your job. This letter provides two-weeks’ notice and offers to assist in a smooth transition of your workload, which your employer will appreciate. Make sure you read until the end because I’ll also include […]

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How to Tell a Company You Have Another Offer

How to Tell a Company You Have Another Offer

If you’re looking for advice on how to tell a company that you have another offer, this article is for you. As a former recruiter, I’m going to share: How to let a potential employer know you have another job offer via email or phone. How to use one job offer to get another company […]

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When do employers check references

When Do Employers Check References?

If you’re job hunting, you’re likely to be asked for professional references. But when do employers call these references? As a former recruiter, I’m going to share with you: When employers check references in the hiring process Why you should NOT give references on a job application What questions employers ask when they call your […]

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dealing with job rejection - how to handle rejection after interview

Job Rejection After an Interview? Here’s How to Handle It

Most of us have been there… rejected for a job you were perfect for and thought you were going to land. But what should you do next? As a former recruiter, I’m going to share 11 tips for dealing with job rejection after an interview so you can land a new job faster. Ask for […]

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How to Know You Got the Job: 7 Clues

There are a lot of articles online with long lists of signs you got the job, but I want to do something a little bit different here… mainly because most of those lists are misleading and will NOT help you. Here’s why: They give a bunch of small, unimportant factors that barely correlate with whether you […]

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How to Provide References for a Job

If you’re looking for how to provide references for a job (or who to list as references for a job), then you’re in the right place. I’m going to walk you through everything you need to know about giving professional references for a job – on your resume, on applications, after the interview, and when […]

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how you turn down a job offer - example letters and emails

How to Decline a Job Offer (4 Examples)

If you’re looking for how to decline a job offer, then you’re in the right place. Turning down an offer can be intimidating, but it’s an entirely normal part of job searching… whether you’re joining another company or just didn’t feel their position fits your career goals. And employers will understand… as long as you […]

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Quitting A Job Gracefully - How To Resign From A Job

How To Resign From a Job Gracefully

If you’re wondering how to resign from a job, I’m going to cover everything you need to know (based on my experience as a recruiter). These are the exact steps to follow when you resign from a job to make sure you leave a great last impression and quit gracefully and professionally. How To Resign […]

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when should you call the interviewer after interview

Should You Call After an Interview?

If you’re wondering, “should I call after a job interview?”… then you’ve come to the right place. I’m going to walk you through when you should call (and NOT call) the interviewer after an interview. There are a couple of situations when it’s appropriate to call after an interview, but many cases where it’s *not* a […]

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Asking for Feedback After a Job Rejection

Asking for Feedback After a Job Rejection: Do’s and Don’ts

If you’re looking for advice on asking for feedback after a job rejection, you’re in the right place. I’m going to walk you through exactly how to ask employers for feedback, so you can improve and get hired faster. What we’ll cover: When to ask for feedback after getting rejected Should you ask via phone […]

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Forgot to Ask a Question in Your Interview? Here’s What to Do

An interview is always a high-pressure situation. No matter how much you prepare your answers, you might look back and wish you had said something differently, or realize you forgot to ask questions in your interview. If you left your interview and forgot to ask something important, don’t worry. I’m going to share four great […]

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