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Many of us have all been there at some point, applying to hundreds of jobs, posting and reposting your resume, following up with employers, and the end result at times is not in your favor.  Have you stopped to think about whether or not you are applying for the right jobs based on your skill…[ Read More → ]

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The big day is here, you have an interview!  When you jump out of bed and look into your closet to decide what to wear…make sure you take a second look.  An interview is an opportunity to express to the employer your skills set, to learn more about the position, and to also make a…[ Read More → ]

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1. CPT or CLT abbreviation next to your e-mail signature:  When sending your resume or if you are in correspondence with a potential employer you should always have a signature at the bottom that has your full name, e-mail, and phone number.  This gives the employer easy access to contact you if needed.  The CPT…[ Read More → ]

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Are you currently enrolled in MSSC courses, have taken an MSSC assessment, or landed a job since obtaining the MSSC certificate?  We want to hear about it! “I was hired into one of the best paying jobs in my area. Prior to getting this certification I wasn’t even getting interview phone calls, even though I…[ Read More → ]

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You see this at the end of every job posting, “Please Attach Resume.” As you click to attach your resume to the e-mail have you taken a second to REALLY look at your own resume? Having a second glance can help bring yours from the bottom of the pile to the top for the jobs…[ Read More → ]

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I was speaking with my father the other day about his career in the insurance industry. He was a perfect model of the Baby Boomer Generation walking out of high school and landing a job with a pension, benefits, and long term employment for 25+ years. According to the most recent available data from the…[ Read More → ]

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