How ChatGPT can help you during the job search

Posted by Jacob Siegelman on Mar 29, 2023 4:27:06 PM

The advancement of technology is inevitable and will occur no matter what we do. Therefore, it is up to us to keep up with this progress and utilize the new tools available to our benefit. One of these new tools that are a hot topic of discussion is the growing popularity of AI Chatbots, and more specifically, ChatGPT. Learning how to use this new technology to enhance your job search is essential in staying ahead of the curve, and maximizing your ability to have the most efficient job search possible.  

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Topics: Interview, Job Application, First Impression, Career, Job Exploration, Resume, Cover Letter, Professional Skills, Job Research, OFJS

How Researching A Company Helps You Become Successful

Posted by Moe on Mar 29, 2023 4:15:55 PM

researching a company, this blog includes 5 important tips to properly shape your career journey.
What should I do next? Researching a company is a crucial step when preparing for a job interview, investing in a stock, or simply gaining knowledge about a particular company. For those of us who are seeking a secure job opportunity, below are five tools you can use to locate the right career match for an ever-changing future.

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Topics: Job Research

How to Deal with Stress During the Job Search Process

Posted by Braden Glushakow on Mar 30, 2022 1:07:29 PM

I don't know about you, but if I had a dollar for every time I heard someone say, "I’m stressed," I would probably be a millionaire. And if I were a millionaire, I would not be searching for a job. Unfortunately for us, we are not benefiting financially from the stress of others, which is why we are job searching. Stress is a human reaction that happens to everyone. It's our body’s way of responding to a challenge or demand. College students and recent graduates are especially vulnerable to substantial amounts of stress because of the emergence of new experiences and situations, such as the job search process. While stress in short bursts can be useful, too much stress has many negative repercussions. Throughout the job search process, individuals may experience a great deal of stress, so it is important to make sure that this stress is managed. In this post, I will discuss what stress is and the effects it has on your body, explain the importance of stress management and provide eight suggestions on how to overcome stress you may face during the job search process.

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Topics: Self Exploration, Career, Job Search, Professional Skills, Job Research, How To

Is AI Stealing Jobs? Or Simply Making More?

Posted by Mackenzie Dinopoulos on Nov 15, 2021 9:26:33 AM

The threat of artificial intelligence outpacing the human workforce and “taking” jobs from Americans has been a relevant concern for those on the job market for years. As AI continues to advance how will this affect the job market? Is job security possible in the future? What does this mean for working Americans? It is true technological advancements will create (and eliminate) millions of jobs. While the prospect of millions of jobs being eliminated sounds threatening, the evolution of society will keep pace ensuring jobs for humans. The creation of these jobs will correlate with technologically heavy society. This article gives you the inside scoops to what industries will flourish in this upcoming time of great change.  

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Topics: Self Exploration, Career, Job Research

Some Advice Today For Tomorrow’s Job Market

Posted by Jacob Beaver on Mar 25, 2021 5:46:15 PM

Job applicants live in a world where technologies, methodologies, and dynamics in the career-hunting sphere are rapidly evolving more than ever before.

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Topics: Job Research

The Who, What, Where, When, Why and How of Job Scammers

Posted by Taylor Gischel on Mar 25, 2021 5:09:07 PM

With COVID-19 still among us, as well as the previously present increase in technology usage, scammers are more active than ever. Some might even say they are multiplying like flies.

Now wait a minute— what does the coronavirus have to do with job scams?

The current worldwide pandemic actually has a wide range of influence on this rise in scamming. In fact, according to the Federal Trade Commission, complaints about scams for certain job opportunities have spiked this year due to implications that stemmed from the coronavirus. With multitudes of workers being laid off from their jobs, as well as the many individuals whose jobs have “gone remote,” it is safe to say that a lot more time is spent on the internet. This is especially true with those who are on the lookout for new work opportunities— such as college students like yourself. Nowadays, many people are taking to the internet to conduct their job research and/or fill out their job applications.

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Topics: Professional Skills, Job Research, How To

How to Get Back in the Employment Game Post Covid-19

Posted by Beau Johnson on Mar 25, 2021 3:33:28 PM

We have entered a new world when searching for jobs post Covid-19. Stick around to learn some important tips that will help you nail your next job interview.

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Topics: Job Search, Job Research

The Process of Landing an Informational Interview

Posted by Nick Magri on Feb 2, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Informational interviews are helpful when trying to obtain an understanding about an organization or company. You can use informational interviews to your advantage because they can help you learn if a company has any certain requirements or certifications. This can help you prepare before your job interview and also give you an idea of what it would take to succeed in that industry. Informational interviews are practically trial runs for you to see more about the organizations that you’re interested in; they help you narrow down your choices and find your best fit. This is important when looking for a job because it gives you a look into the company without having to worry about the pressure of being in a job interview; it’s an informal process that helps collect insight. Taking advantage of these opportunities is very beneficial because they can put you a step ahead when applying for a job and will help ensure you meet all of the requirements as well.

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Topics: Interview, Job Research

The Importance of Researching a Company Before Interviewing

Posted by Rebecca Oberman on Apr 2, 2020 1:45:23 PM

The Importance of Researching a Company Before Interviewing

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Topics: Interview, First Impression, Career, Job Search, First Step, Job Tips, Professional Skills, Selling Yourself, Job Research, Dream Job

How to Negotiate Your First Salary Out of College [Free Checklist]

Posted by Cory Davis on Apr 2, 2020 1:37:38 PM

How to Negotiate Your First Salary Out of College

Negotiating Your First Salary

So you’ve nailed the interview, impressed your recruiter or hiring managers, and now you’ve got the job. You can stop stressing, right? Soon, but not quite - you still need to negotiate your starting base salary and benefits. This negotiation is more important than you might think and can drastically affect your earnings for the rest of your life. Successfully negotiating a high starting salary means that relatively higher raises will follow. The skills that you’ll learn in this article will teach you the basics of negotiation; a skill you can use throughout your entire life. Negotiation can be scary and uncomfortable - especially when it involves someone that’s going to be paying your bills. However, there is no need to panic. If you know your value and are well prepared, the process of negotiating your salary will be much more comfortable and your boss will notice your confidence and respect you for it.

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Topics: Interview, Job Fair, Job Tips, Job Offer, Interview Follow-up, Selling Yourself, Job Research, Indeed, How To, OFJS

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