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You Only Have Six Seconds To Make An Impression With Your Resume

Thursday, August 20, 2015
Posted By Angie Kilgore

Have you spent hours researching the best resume format? Did you stay up all night getting all the language just right? If so, then you certainly aren’t alone; but even though resumes take many hours to create, the reality is that most recruiters only spend an average of six seconds looking at them when screening through a giant stack of job applicants.


Here are five quick resume tips to help you stand out from the crowd.


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A Great Salary You Can Find Right Here In NEO!

Friday, August 07, 2015
Posted By Angie Kilgore

Salary and compensation should not be your only factor in a job or career search, but it also doesn’t hurt to know that certain jobs, like software development offer great opportunities for your pocketbook as well as your career development.


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Thanks, But No Thanks: How To Say No To A Job Without Burning Bridges

Friday, July 24, 2015
Posted By Jeremy Quinn

In some ways, saying no to a job you know is wrong for you is even harder than being passed over for a job you desperately want. Here's how to say “thanks but no thanks” without burning bridges with employers and recruiters.


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5 Questions with Ethan Holmes, Founder and CEO of Holmes Mouthwatering Applesauce

Monday, July 20, 2015
Posted By Nick Worner

Ethan Holmes is barely out of his teens and he's already a successful entrepreneur. In less than a year he has taken Holmes Mouthwatering Applesauce from a second place finish at Jumpstart's 2014 student pitch competition to grocery shelves all across Northeast Ohio.

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A Longer Hiring Process Can Be A Good Thing For Job Seekers

Friday, July 10, 2015
Posted By Jeremy Quinn

Taking a while to find that perfect job? Don't worry; not only are you not alone, the delay might actually be a good thing.


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4 Things Job Seekers Can Take Away From Startup Scaleup 2015

Friday, June 26, 2015
Posted By Jeremy Quinn

On June 17, more than a thousand people converged on Cleveland’s Gordon Square Arts District for Startup Scaleup 2015. The event featured workshops, networking sessions and two separate pitch competitions. Multiple young entrepreneurs were featured and many more attended the event to connect with jobseekers like you.


Whether you were able to attend Startup Scaleup or not, here are four post-event takeaways that should benefit all job seekers.


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Ready For Investment? Three Reasons Why IP Matters

Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Posted By Bryan Sims

Companies must make investment choices all the time, but here are three reasons why investing in IP is a good choice.


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Trademarking 101

Thursday, June 04, 2015
Posted By James Alex and Bryan Jaketic

What causes consumers to select one product over another? How do companies build goodwill and a reputation for quality among those consumers? The use of effective trademarks plays a major role in both of these issues.


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4 Tips On Networking Your Way To A New Job

Thursday, May 28, 2015
Posted By Jeremy Quinn

Some of the best jobs are found not on websites or job boards, but through good old-fashioned networking. But how do you break the ice? Follow these four tips and get the inside track on connecting with other professionals in your industry.

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4 Reasons Your Social Media Personality Matters To Employers

Thursday, May 14, 2015
Posted By Jeremy Quinn

Social media has quickly grown to become the main tool for people trying to gather information about other people. Employers are no different; in fact, it's well known that a growing number of workplaces are investigating their applicant's social media profiles (LinkedIn and Facebook in particular) before making their hiring decisions.

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Good Email Etiquette Is A Must For Jobseekers

Thursday, April 30, 2015
Posted By Jeremy Quinn

When communicating with existing colleagues and business contacts, a poorly crafted message can be confusing or mildly annoying; but for a prospective employer, bad email manners could be a real barrier between you and a shiny new job. Here are five things you'll need to create a clear, concise professional emails that will get your point across and make you look like the pro you are.

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5 Ways To Keep Your Key Players

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Posted By Jeremy Quinn

No hiring process is perfect, but if you’re doing things right you’ll eventually end up with at least a few clear standouts in your organization. These highly intelligent, highly motivated employees are one of the most valuable resources you have. Finding ways to retain them for the long haul is critical to long-term success at any young company. With that in mind, here are five simple tips for retaining your key players.

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5 Ways To Nail Your Thank-You Letter

Friday, April 17, 2015
Posted By Jeremy Quinn

Thank-you letters are more than just a respectful way to let your interviewer know you appreciate his or her time; they can actually improve your chances of landing the job you’re seeking. There is no question you should send a message to your prospective employer after your interview; but there are a few basic ground rules.

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5 Tips To Reduce Job Interview Stress

Wednesday, April 01, 2015
Posted By Jeremy Quinn

Stressed out before your big job interview? Take a deep breath, you’re not alone. It’s a competitive job market and you have one chance to make a great impression and sell yourself; who wouldn’t be stressed? Luckily there are many ways to help reduce this stress. Start by following these five tips and you will be ready to meet your big day head-on.

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Want To Sell Your Company? Here Are 4 Things To Consider ...

Monday, March 23, 2015
Posted By Bryan Sims

A mergers and acquisition (M & A) transaction, in many ways, is no different than selling a product or service. The difference, of course, is that the typical M & A transaction is much larger than the normal product or service sale and more risks are involved with the purchase or sale of a business or large asset. Therefore, to prepare for a sale, you should consider these four items.

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