5 Self-Care Tips to Reduce Job-Search Stress

Looking for a new job can be anxiety-inducing and stressful. But if you take good care of yourself—and follow these five tips—job searching can be a relatively stress-free activity.

1. Be clear about your next career step

The first step of successful …

By Raymond Chiu - Vault
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To Ace Your Next Interview for a Management Position, Be Ready to Answer These 10 Questions

Interviewing for a management position? Even if you’ve never been a manager before, you’ll want to clearly demonstrate to the interviewers your managerial skills and leadership philosophy.

This article will reveal 10 questions you should reflect on and be prepared …

By Blair Glaser - The Muse
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Thanks or no thanks? Should you send a thank-you note after a job interview?

Are you wondering if it is worth it to send a thank you note? And if so, should it be a handwritten card, or is email okay? Read this article from LinkedIn’s Andrew Seaman to help you decide (hint: the …

By Lisa Ash
Lisa Ash Career Counselor Lisa Ash
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How to Tell If a Company Truly Values Diversity and Inclusion (or Is Just All Talk)

Employers talk a lot about diversity and inclusion. In fact, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a company that doesn’t say they’re diverse and inclusive. Companies make these claims on their web sites, in job descriptions, and at career fairs. But how …

By Victorio Duran III - Vault
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How to Address a Cover Letter (With Examples)

Find tips on how to address a cover letter and examples to help you start a cover letter that will catch the hiring manager’s attention in this article from Indeed.

By Lisa Ash
Lisa Ash Career Counselor Lisa Ash
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Interviewers Are Looking for Emotional Intelligence—So Be Prepared for These Questions

One of the most valuable traits employers are looking for right now can’t be found on a resume, at least not explicitly. It’s not something you can fake in an interview, or convince your prospective boss that you have without …

By Alexandra Frost - The Muse
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Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Online Career Resources

DirectSource Job Search Platform

DirectSource is a new and exciting career resource! It identifies posted jobs that are a best fit to a job …

Resume Review Tool: Get immediate feedback on your resume

Do you have a resume that you’re hoping to improve?   Just upload a copy of your resume (in PDF format) …