For Jobseekers

How to Use Social Media to Land Your Dream Job

Posted on January 14th, by admin in For Jobseekers. No Comments

Standing out as a candidate in today’s job market goes beyond a perfect resume or compelling cover letter. While these things are important, jobseekers must also ensure they have a positive, professional online presence in order to make a good impression. Just consider the fact that 52 percent of employers use social networking sites to research job candidates. With that in mind, here are a few ways to utilize social media to your advantage during your job hunt.

Grow your network & join the right groups
Social media is meant for connecting with others, so use your accounts to network with individuals and companies that can push you in the right direction during your job search.

LinkedIn: Make connections with your classmates, coworkers, supervisors, and professional acquaintances. Just remember that quality is more important than quantity. Avoid connecting with people you don’t really … Read More »

What It’s Like to Work at Hawaii Dental Service

Posted on January 11th, by admin in For Jobseekers, Hawaii's Real Companies. No Comments

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5 Things You Should Never, Ever Do at an Interview

Posted on December 3rd, by admin in For Jobseekers. No Comments

While every jobseeker obviously has their own interview style, there are some things that you should never, ever do when you show up to meet with a hiring manager. Remember that your qualifications aren’t the only thing that the potential employer will be looking at – they’re also analyzing whether or not you are someone that will fit into their culture and be nice to work with.

Take a look at these 5 things that will make you look undesirable as a future employee and steer clear at all costs.

Bringing gifts to the hiring manager. Yes, you want to stand out from the crowd at your interview, but showing up with a gift in hand will only make the hiring manager feel uncomfortable. Or worse, it will look like you’re kissing up to your future boss and aren’t a professional candidate.

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