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20 Simple Tips for Using Twitter to Find a Job

By BoomersNextStep Guest Author / May 7, 2017

Whether you’re starting your career or looking for a change, if you’re on a job search, you may have heard that Twitter is a great resource. You’ve heard right. Twitter […]

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How to Keep Your Age a Secret in an Executive Resume

By BoomersNextStep Guest Author / January 1, 2017

When you’re looking for an executive level job, chances are good that you’ve been working at your career for quite some time. As you know, when competing for work, especially […]

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Career Education In Primary School

By Jenni Proctor / October 17, 2014

Before I was a Career Counsellor and Coach I worked as a Teacher Librarian for many years. There were many things I loved about this work, the best part being […]

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Dodging the Age (And Any Other Discrimination) Bullet in a Job Search

By BoomersNextStep Guest Author / May 9, 2011

Employers are not willing to admit it, but discrimination happens all the time during the search for a candidate to fill an open position. Most candidates don’t realize that there […]

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How To Create A Career Management or Job Search Database

By BoomersNextStep Guest Author / April 14, 2011

Your organization steps do not end at that point. It is critical for the escalation of your career that you continuously build a database of prospective jobs, consisting of contacts […]

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7 Things You Need to Know to Work Well With Third-Party Recruiters During Your Job Search

By BoomersNextStep Guest Author / April 11, 2011

Third-party recruiters and staffing firms normally charge the hiring company, not job seekers, for their services. This means that it’s not their role to “find you a job” – their […]

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