Imposter Syndrome

Have you heard of Impostor Syndrome? Whether you have or not, chances are you’ve felt it. It is technically defined as “a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a ‘fraud’”. In short, it’s the feeling you get when, no matter how experienced

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Thank You Emails

If you’ve been reading our blog or any other job search tips you will have seen references to thank you emails. Sending one of these after an interview should always be on your to do list, they are quick and simple and can help create a lasting impression to the employer. When to Send: Thank

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Job Searching for Introverts

Today (January 2nd) is World Introverts Day. While there can be many different varieties of introverts, the general definition is someone who prefers calm, minimally stimulating environments. If that sounds like you, you may find the job search a bit difficult at times. Luckily, there are a few tricks to help you wade through this

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Job Fairs

Heading to a job fair soon? These events can be overwhelming and nerve-wracking, especially at first, but they are great ways to dive into your job search, get interview experience and get known in your field! Before: Once you’ve found a job fair you want to go to, take time to prepare for it: -Update

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Dress for Success!

Have an interview coming up? Thinking you’ll just wear whatever? Think again! In all likelihood, you are not the only candidate for the job; because of this, your future employers will be taking everything into close consideration – including your self-presentation. Here are three reasons to include grooming and attire in your interview prep: Research

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