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Category Archives: Job Seekers

Strategies to Land a Job

In our most recent blog post, we offered advice on How to Find Your Dream Job. This week, we’re encouraging you a step further with strategies to land a job. Once you have found the job that you think would be the perfect fit for you, how do you capture the attention of the hiring manager, interview well, and ultimately…

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How to Format a Resume – Best Practices, Tips, and Tricks

In 2018, The Ladders, an online job search service, conducted a study using eye-tracking software that showed that the average recruiter can decide on a candidate based on skimming their resume in 7.4 seconds. The eye-tracking software showed that the recruiter looked at your current position and company, your previous position and employer, then they skipped straight to your education…

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How to Answer the Most Commonly Asked Interview Questions

As recruiting experts, we interview a lot of people, and know that looking for a new job can feel intimidating, overwhelming, and confusing. Over the next several months we will publish a series of blogs to help you, the job seeker, feel more comfortable with what to expect during the job-search and interview process. We will include tips on how…

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Victory at Virtual Career Fairs

Career Fairs are a staple for those seeking employment. Rarely do job seekers have the opportunity to meet and engage with multiple companies that are hiring all in one place. The valuable face time with recruiters that career fairs provide can help applicants stand out among a stack of resumes. Employers benefit as well from meeting a large number of…

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Five Tips on How to Negotiate at Work

Greene Resources was the presenting sponsor of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce Women’s Professional Luncheon on April 9. This luncheon featured a panel of local experts discussing how to negotiate at work. The panel included Dawn Ohaver Moyer, co-founder of Potential Essential; Amanda Owens, Vice President, Head US HR Advisor Desk at Credit Suisse; and Shannon Ralich, Contracts Attorney at Eaton. Learning how to negotiate at…

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What’s New In Triangle Hiring?

Wake County Economic Development, the City of Raleigh, and Capital Area Workforce Development Board recently partnered to survey 15 counties surrounding the Triangle to identify areas of growth and skills needs in our region.  This survey was conducted by one of our partners, RTI International, and its distribution and efforts were supported by close to 50 local organizations. On February…

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Networking Series: How to Follow Up

Whether you’re a job seeker, business professional, or simply open to something new, this is a three-part series that provides best practices for beginners learning how to network.  If you’re new to networking, the thought of walking into a room full of strangers and starting conversations with people you do not know can be overwhelming.  Networking, however, does not have…

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Networking Series: How to Navigate Networking Events

Whether you’re a job seeker, business professional, or simply open to something new, this is a three-part series that provides best practices for beginners learning how to navigate networking events.  If you’re new to networking, the thought of walking into a room full of strangers and starting conversations with people you do not know can be overwhelming.  Networking, however, does…

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Networking Series: Getting Started

Whether you’re a job seeker, business professional, or simply open to something new, this is a three-part series that provides best practices for beginners learning how to network.  If you’re new to networking, the thought of walking into a room full of strangers and starting conversations with people you do not know can be overwhelming.  Networking, however, does not have…

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3 Ways to Create Purposeful Career Development

This week, the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce’s Professional Women’s Luncheon featured a panel of renowned female leaders from within the Raleigh community discussing purposeful career development.  The panel was moderated by Melanie Dubis, a partner at Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, and included Adrienne Cole, the president and CEO of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce; Kacie Fore,…

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