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Your job search can be so much more than just looking at online job listings and sending out generic resumes and cover letters that you send to every other company.

Whether you're a college student, recent graduate, or mid-level job seeker, you could learn more about yourself and the types of jobs want with our career growth club's resources.

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Sick of accumulating worthless contacts? Ever find yourself going scrolling through your LinkedIn connections and saying, "Why am I connected with this person? We have nothing in common!"

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With COVID-19 causing millions of people to work from home or file for unemployment, the job search is about to look at a lot different. Location is becoming less of a factor when it comes to our careers. If you're tempted to find a job in another state, here's how you should go about it.

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Landing a job in your hometown is hard enough. So, what do you do when you want to find a job in another town, city, state, or country?

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Informational interviews are an essential part of a successful job search. Not sure what you need to do? Marcy Twete, author of You Know Everybody! A Career Girl's Guide to Building a Network That Works, offers some great tips for nailing your next informational interview.

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