Networking Is Your Golden Ticket to Your Next C-Level Position

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Everyone knows networking is essential to building a career. This is even more true for C-Suite positions, where the hiring process almost always comes down to relationships.  For these high-level executive positions, networking becomes the golden ticket. Managing professional connections is important at every level of the corporate hierarchy. A study conducted by LinkedIn showed… Read more »

3 Things to Look for in an Executive Recruiter to Find Your Niche

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You’ve spent years developing specialized skills and a deep wealth of information about your industry. You need a leadership position that will get the most out of this targeted knowledge. That’s why you need an executive recruiter with a standout reputation within your niche. But how do you find these gems? A niche recruiter will… Read more »

Do I Really Need to “Job Search” At the C-Suite Level?

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Securing a spot in another C-Suite requires tact and the application of a special set of skills. Yes, you need to take steps to find a new position as an executive. But that process doesn’t look the typical “job search” you would use for other professions. Adding your name to another company’s leadership roster isn’t… Read more »

How to Job Search As a Busy Executive in the 2021 Job Market

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Will you be one of the high-ranking executives looking to upgrade their careers following the pandemic? If so, it’s important to have a clear-eyed view of the job market in 2021. You’ll also want the best strategy to find a better position while still maintaining your schedule as a busy executive. The end of the… Read more »

Top Excel Skills to Land a Finance and Accounting Job

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It takes a lot to get ahead in the finance and accounting world. Intelligence, creativity, leadership, networking skills, and luck. But sometimes mastering the basic skills can have the biggest impact. That’s why it’s important to get the most out of foundational tools like Excel. Any job you get in finance or accounting will require… Read more »

5 Things to Make Sure Are In Your Relocation Package

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You’ve found the perfect engineering job. One problem: it’s located in Bend, OR. You’ll have to move to take advantage of the opportunity. How do you know what’s reasonable to ask for in a relocation package? As the COVID restrictions lift, these questions will become more relevant. During the pandemic, the rise of the work-from-home… Read more »

Can I Use My LinkedIn As a Resume?

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LinkedIn represents a critical part of any career development process. However, has the social media behemoth become central enough to replace traditional job-hunting tools? Specifically, can you use LinkedIn as your resume? The platform certainly has a wide enough reach. It boasts more than 750 million members. Meanwhile, LinkedIn’s users offer more than 10 million… Read more »

What Are The Rules For Following Up Post-Interview?

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It may seem like a pointless formality. After an interview, you send a follow-up email, thanking the company representatives for taking the time. Does it actually matter? Yes, as it turns out, that small bit of courtesy can really pay off. One survey suggested that more than two thirds (68%) of hiring managers take the… Read more »

Since My Company is Still Remote, Can I Move?

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More than a year has passed since the beginning of the pandemic. Some things have started getting back to normal. But many workplaces remain in remote mode. If you’re operating from home anyway, why not move to your ideal spot? The idea has appeal. Now that you don’t have to worry about a commute, you… Read more »

5 Signs Your Workplace is Actually Toxic…

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Do you work in a toxic environment? No, we aren’t talking about the presence of radiation or chemicals. We mean emotionally toxic. These stressful workplaces make it difficult to excel and can even lead to physical and mental health problems. Of course ,there’s the old “is it you or is it me?” debate at play… Read more »