Monthly Archives: January 2015

Increase Your Odds of Finding a Job

Want to increase your odds of finding a job?  Use every resource available to you, which means stepping outside of the bounds of replying to job postings and start taking some proactive measures.  Relying solely on publications and websites for … Continue reading

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An Employer’s Guide For What To Do AFTER They Hire.

We typically write our blog for the attorney, but we get a lot of feedback from employers who read our blog, too.  To that end, this week’s topic is geared for the law firm or in house legal department to … Continue reading

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Keep Your Options Open

Okay, so you have decided to test the market to see if there is a better job option for you. Maybe you can’t tolerate your boss or coworkers; or perhaps you have reached your professional limit at your current job … Continue reading

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Seeking An Attorney With Excellent Communication Skills

Look at any job posting or legal resume and there is sure to be something mentioned about having excellent communication skills.  Everyone wants it.  Every resume says that you have it.  What is it?  In short, it’s thinking before you … Continue reading

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The Truth About Cover Letters

As simple as it seems, a cover letter serves the purpose of introducing an applicant to a potential employer and, at a minimum, should identify the job that interests you. Ideally, the cover letter will pique enough curiosity that the … Continue reading

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