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how many interviews for one job

How Many Interviews For One Job? (Stats From a Recruiter)

If you’re wondering how many candidates a company interviews for a job, or how many interviews it takes to get a job, then this article is for you. I’m going to share the averages I’ve seen as a recruiter for: How many candidates are usually shortlisted for interview How many candidates advance to an onsite […]

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how long does it take to find a job after being laid off

How Long Does It Take to Find a Job? (After Layoffs and More)

One of the toughest parts of job searching is not knowing how long it will take.  This is especially difficult to cope with after being laid off, or when looking for your first job as a recent college graduate. So after years of working as a recruiter, I’m going to share the average job search […]

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average cost of professional resume writing services

Average Cost of Resume Writing Services (Study)

If you’re wondering how a resume writer costs, you’re in the right place. We researched the prices of 90 resume writers to find the average cost of professional resume writing services. These are the results… How Much Does a Professional Resume Writer Cost? The average cost of professional resume writing services is $527 based on […]

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How Much Does a Career Coach Cost? Average Costs and More

If you’re looking for how much a career coach costs, you’ve come to the right place. We asked 50 career coaches in the US, UK, and Canada what they’re currently charging new clients to come up with how much a career coach costs on average, and the highest and lowest coaching rates available.  Let’s get […]

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what you need to know about job hopping

Job Hopping Research: How Common is Job Hopping?

A new piece of job hopping research came out and dives into some interesting questions like how common is job hopping? The findings provide some interesting insights for jobseekers. The Job-Hopping Report, commissioned by LiveCareer, explores whether observations about rampant job-hopping are accurate; the report also delves into worker engagement in the workplace. Employers fear […]

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