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Job Search Tip of the Week #51 (2017)

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Job Search Tip of the Week #51 (2017)

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“We have tons of qualified candidates for a key open position, but I’m looking for more than qualifications,” wrote Basecamp co-founder and CEO Jason Fried in an article for Inc. magazine. “When I see it in someone, the person shoots to the top of the candidate list. And when I don’t see it, off the list the person goes.”

What is “it,” you ask? Effort.

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Job Search Tip of the Week #9 (2017)

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The Case for the Perpetual Job Search

Part III: Should You Want to Stay a Little While


After evaluating what you’re getting out of your job, you might’ve decided to stay at your current company. However, if you want to stay satisfied with the pace of your personal and professional development, you can’t rest on your laurels.

English philosopher Sir Francis Bacon once said, “A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds.” Some 400 years later, amidst an economy still in slow recovery from The Great Recession, his words couldn’t ring more true. Job security and career advancement requires identifying where the company can improve, and acting on that knowledge. Take these four steps:

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Job Search Tip of the Week #8 (2017)

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The Case for the Perpetual Job Search

Part II: Should You Stay or Should You Go?


How can you tell if you should stay or you should go?

As we mentioned last week, it’s not unusual to see web engineers and software developers to switch jobs every few years to keep up with the rapid rate at which technology changes. For IT and technology professionals, “job hopping” at its core is the belief that exposure to new technologies, problems to solve, and work environments makes you better rounded and more valuable to employers. However, keeping up with technological advancements and staying competitive in the job market doesn’t necessarily entail constantly changing companies.

The key to maintaining your marketability is to evaluate what you’re getting out of your job, and recognize when you have a good thing going and when it’s time to move on. Does your employer…

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