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Ariella is the Content Strategist and Career Coach for Work It Daily. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a B.A. in journalism. Follow her @AriellaCoombs or find her on Google+.

How To Answer “What Do You Do?” At Networking Events

Answering the simple question “What do you do?” can seem so daunting when you're unemployed. Here's how to answer this question at networking events.

Finding Out If You’re Eligible For Rehire

Do you wonder if you're eligible for rehire at your old company? Here's how to find out if you're eligible for rehire at a former employer.

Why You Should Share A Personal Story In Your Cover Letter

Do you feel like it's cringey to share a personal story in a cover letter? In today's episode, JT O'Donnell shares her advice on why it's important to share a personal story in a cover letter.

Is It Ever OK To Tell Your Boss You’re Looking For A New Job?

Looking for work when you’re employed? Feel like you need to give your boss a heads up? Is it ever okay to tell your boss that you’re looking for work?

How To Get Rehired By Your Former Employer

Not sure how to get rehired at your former employer? Have you tried applying to jobs at the company with no success? Here's what you have to do.

How To Suavely Get Out Of Awkward Situations At Networking Events

You don't have to be James Bond to be suave, but you do need to know how to handle these awkward situations at networking events (because they happen to all of us).

‘What’s Your Biggest Weakness?’ How To Answer Common Interview Questions

Common interview questions like "What's your biggest weakness?" can be hard to answer. This is how to impress ANY job interviewer with your response...

3 HUGE Problems With Your Networking Strategy

If you’re struggling to make more career friends and professional connections, you should change your networking strategy. Are you making these mistakes?

4 Things Recruiters Are Looking For When They Search You Online

Recruiters are lurking on your social accounts. Are they seeing what you want them to see?

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