Here’s How to Accept a Job Offer (Hint: Acceptance Letter!)

By Jeff Gillis The process of finding a job can be a long, uphill battle with seemingly endless obstacles. You’ve drafted cover letters, only to wonder if they were ever even read. You’ve refocused your resume so many times that you have the perfect document ready to send to any number of future employers. You’ve…

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Top 10 Interview Questions (…And How To Answer Them)

By Jeff Gillis Updated May 9th, 2017 I want to give you a quick and easy way to get started preparing for your job interview, and of course, that begins with learning how to answer the most common job interview questions for 2017! That’s right. If you haven’t had a job interview for a while,…

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What To Do After An Interview – “Did I Get The Job!?”

By Jeff Gillis Remember that totally amazing interview you had a few days ago? You remember, the one where you blew the competition out of the water? You were prepped, ready, and on point! In fact, if you’d been any more the Perfect Candidate, you would have already had the job! So why haven’t you…

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How To Make Your Personal Branding Website Job Search Ready

By Jeff Gillis & Mike Simpson This is Part 3 of a 3-part series on getting more job interviews and more job offers: Part 1 – How To Get More Job Interviews and Job Offers With This Powerful New Strategy Part 2 – How To Create Your Own Personal Branding Website In 15 Minutes Part…

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How To Set Up Your Personal Website In Under 15 Minutes

By Jeff Gillis This is Part 2 of a 3-part series on getting more job interviews and more job offers: Part 1 – How To Get More Job Interviews and Job Offers With This Powerful New Strategy Part 2 – [You Are Here] – How To Create Your Own Personal Branding Website Part 3 –…

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8 Phone Interview Tips That Will Land You A Second Interview

By Jeff Gillis Congratulations! Your resume is stellar, your application was impeccable, you’ve caught a potential employer’s attention and now they want to get to know you better. In years gone by that would have meant an in person interview but in today’s increasingly busy digital world, many preliminary and some final interviews are being…

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Find a Job Using These 26 “Under The Radar” Job Search Engines

 By Jeff Gillis If you were born anytime after 1950 and have looked for a job at any point between 1995 and now, chances are you have done at least part of your job search online using job search engines. Okay, so if you’re anything like my dad (who only recently learned how to use a…

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How To Plan Your Job References Strategically

By Jeff Gillis Many jobs these days require applicants to submit job references along with applications, and depending on who you use, can either hurt or help you.  Be prepared to have your past employers contacted! Many times future employers want to know little beyond your general performance and salary. Some may want more information…

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