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FREE Webinar – “Overqualified & Experienced Job Seekers: How to Rebound and Get Noticed”

August 13, 2012 by  

   Join us for a free webinar! August 29, 2012 2:00 p.m. EST   “Overqualified & Experienced Job Seekers: How to Rebound and Get Noticed“ With Career Expert Andrea C. Santiago Overqualified is a term given to job seekers when their background, education, experience, or previous title and/or salary are well beyond what the job requires.  While this may seem like a roadblock at first, there are strategies that can turn this negative perception into a positive asset, which can lead to increased opportunities … Continue reading

News from Facts on File

July 23, 2012 by  

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New content added to the Facts on File Database – keep up with current issues: World News Digest The XXX Summer Olympic Games in London, England Focus On: Summer Olympics [More Research Features ] The Summer Olympics: A Visual History [ 2008 Summer Olympics Highlights] International News and Features Moderate Coalition Appears Set to Win Landmark Elections in Libya; Citizens Vote in First Democratic Poll Since 1964 [ More Top Stories] Pena Nieto Elected Mexican President [ More News Headlines] Barclays Pays $450 Million to Settle Allegations … Continue reading

Mastering Job Search Skills for Recent College Grads – Free Webinar

July 13, 2012 by  

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 Join us for a free webinar! July 25, 2012 2:00 p.m. EST   “Mastering Job Search Skills for Recent College Grads” With Career Management Expert Heather R. Huhman For recent college graduates and young professionals, looking for a job can be particularly challenging. When confronted with the current state of the job market, insufficient professional experience and completion for the same positions with more skilled candidates, job seekers must equip themselves with strategies that help them stand out. The tips and tactics that career expert … Continue reading

Queen Victoria’s Journals are now available!

June 6, 2012 by  

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    For the first time ever, all the personal journals of Queen Victoria have been made available to search and read online. This unique resource, developed in partnership by the Bodleian Libraries, the Royal Archives and ProQuest, is freely available for the public to access at www.queenvictoriasjournals.org through June 30, 2012. The journals, which span Victoria’s lifetime and consist of 141 volumes numbering over 33,000 pages, have never been published in their entirety and previously were only accessible by appointment at … Continue reading

Free Webinar – Creating Cover letters

May 9, 2012 by  

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 Join us for a free webinar! May 22, 2012 2:00 p.m. EST   “Cover Letters: Grabbing an Employer’s Attention for the Right Reasons“  With Career Management Expert Alison Green   After candidates spend time perfecting their resumes, they should take the time to craft an effective cover letter. A good cover letter is more than just an introduction—it engages employers to explore the candidate’s resume. Cover letters are key to landing interviews. Join Career Search Expert Alison Green as she demonstrates how to create winning … Continue reading

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