Job Search 101: Career Change Advice

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Need help finding a job? Making a career transition? ePropelr's Career Coaches can help! Welcome to our Job Search 101 blog, a series of blog posts developed for great people like you who want to have a step up in their job search. Our Career Coaches have helped many people across the nation with their professional advice and now they are sharing their job search knowledge with you. Whether you need the best resume tips, Linkedin profile writing information, or advice on what color to wear to an interview you have come to the right place.

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Ready to Change Jobs? Do 4 Things Before You Take the Plunge:

November 14, 2018

According to a new report from LinkedIn, people change jobs in January more than any other time of year. With 2019 quickly approaching, now is a great time to begin preparing yourself if you’ve been thinking about making a career change. Before you jump into a job search, here are 4 things you should do now to position yourself for success in the new year:


Monsters in the Workplace

October 30, 2018

Halloween is my favorite holiday, so I’m focused on spooks, monsters, and things that go bump in the night today. Here are some monsters you might encounter in the workplace tomorrow.

4 Ways to Grow Your Career Right Now

October 18, 2018

woman imagining creative ideas for successAre you looking for greater career satisfaction and upward mobility? The hardest part of making a change in your life is taking that first step. We're here to help you get motivated and move forward with confidence! Here are 4 ways to grow your career that will really work: 


3 Basic Things to Check Before You Apply to a Job

October 11, 2018

Your voicemail is full messageAs a Career Coach and HR Consultant, I conduct my share of interviews—about 500 a year to be exact. There are a few critical mistakes that I run into more than you’d expect, and it always amazes me how job seekers can overlook some really critical details at the beginning of their job search. If you’re in the job market, here are 3 things you’ll want to check before you submit your resume:


Has Your Style Evolved with Your Career?

September 28, 2018

style evolutionLike history, fashion usually repeats itself. However, we can all agree that some trends are best left in the past—like shoulder pads and mullets for example. Dressing appropriately is a big part of acquiring and maintaining respect and credibility as you progress in your career. Cultivating a wardrobe of professional basics is always a good idea, as is reevaluating whether the way you’re dressing is appropriate for where you are in your career. Here are 5 fashion tips that we think should apply throughout your career:


The Importance of Taking Job Related Calls at a Good Time

August 31, 2018

Impromptu phone interviews and job-related calls happen when you least expect them. If you’re in the middle of a job search and in the habit of answering calls from numbers that you don’t recognize—be prepared to graciously let callers know if it’s not a good time to talk. Why is this important? Read on to find out:


5 Resume Tips that Make a Difference

August 02, 2018

woman working on resume at computerThe main goal of a resume is to land you a job interview. Maximizing your resume “real estate” is critical, and so is conveying relevant skills and experience in a simple and direct way. Here are 5 resume tips that will help you get a call back.


3 Tips for Sending a Thank You Note

July 17, 2018

thank you noteWe’re seeing fewer thank you notes these days and we feel this is attributed both to millennials who aren’t being taught that this is still part of a formal interview process, and also to the increase in laid back office environments that give the impression that thank you notes aren’t necessary. We urge our clients to go the extra mile and believe that sending a note of appreciation still makes a difference. Here are 3 tips for sending a thank you note:


Sample Thank You Note Templates

July 12, 2018

Here are two sample thank you notes that are a good example of how to write a short, sincere, and customized message after your interview. Swap out some or all the underlined portions of each note to suit your individual circumstances, and to represent the details and information that you discussed in your interview.


Mealtime Interview Etiquette

June 20, 2018

dinner tableThe goal of a mealtime interview is to test your behavior, personality, and social graces. There are certain behaviors that your potential boss will be evaluating. Some will be a red flag against you and others will score you big points! If you’ve been invited to an interview that will take place over a meal, there are several things you’ll want to think about ahead of time. Here is a list of major do’s and don’ts for mealtime interviews:

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