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4 Secrets of Hiring Managers

Getting an interview is a great first step to landing a job. But, how do you ensure you’re a top pick for the position when you meet face-to-face with the hiring manager? We asked four hiring professionals from Express Employment Professionals to share their secrets from the initial phone call to the follow-up in order...

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4 Things To Do the night Before an Interview

Congrats! Your job search is progressing and you’ve landed an interview. Your excitement and nerves are probably both in overdrive. Having a plan to prepare for the big day is one way to stay in control and set yourself up for success. Express Employment Professionals has your back. Here are four things to do the...

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10 Worst Buzzwords for a Resume

The 10 Absolute Worst Buzzwords to Put on a Resume  Are you a responsible, innovative expert who’s driven but patient?  You and everybody else. Social networking site LinkedIn  revealed the 10 most overused buzzwords of 2013 by its 259 million members. If  you’re trying to stand out on the website, or on a resume, these...

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Pay It Forward

Give the gift of employment by joining Express Employment Professionals’ Pay It Forward Holiday. Being out of work during the holidays can be particularly tough, and we would like to make sure as many people as possible earn a paycheck just in time for the holidays.Join us in our effort to help put people to...

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Fox Business: Why Temping is Good for Your Career

We just read a great article from Fox Business about how temporary work can lead to a great career! Take a look and let us know what you think in the comment section below! http://www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2013/07/17/why-temping-is-good-for-your-career/

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4 Tips for a Successful Interview Follow-up Call

Phew!  You made it through the interview. But, if you thought the pressure would let up, think again. Now the waiting game begins, and you’re tasked with finding the perfect balance between disinterested, not following up at all, and pushy, calling twice a day to see if a decision has been made. Once the critical...

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What is your biggest frustration as a job seeker?

3 Ways You Can Build Influence When considering change and development in your career, it’s important to factor in your sphere of influence. Before you can impact a decision or bring forth an idea, you’ll need to establish a respected place in the discussion. To help define your place, it’s important to take proactive steps to...

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What Not-To-Dos of Job Interviewing

So, let’s say that you’ve created your résumé and reference list, you’ve been networking, and you’ve finally landed a job interview. Congrats to you! Now, it’s time for you to meet with a potential employer and tell them why you’re amazing and why they should hire you.  Making a good first impression is important –...

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