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Name: ZipRecruiter Websites: Find a Job: jobs.ziprecruiter.com Post a Job: www.ziprecruiter.com Read More From ZipRecruiter: blog.ziprecruiter.com Facebook: /ZipRecruiter Twitter: @ZipRecruiter LinkedIn: /company/ZipRecruiter Bio: ZipRecruiter exists to make recruitment and job search as fast and easy as possible. Active and passive job seekers alike can benefit from ZipRecruiter's job alerts program. Simply enter your search criteria and start to receive highly targeted job openings in a daily or weekly email. If you prefer to be more hands-on, then visit ZipRecruiter to search millions of openings from across the web. There, you can also upload your resume into the resume database so you can be found by employers in your area. Start Now » Employers and recruiters can benefit from ZipRecruiter's job board distribution service, which posts jobs to 30 leading job boards and social networks with a single submission. Candidates from all sources are organized into a single list, where hiring teams can work together to screen, rate, label, and share candidates. Learn More » Articles: 5 Things You Should Be Doing if You’re Unemployed Cure Your Career Uncertainty in 7 Steps 6 Reasons Internships Are a Must in College 9 Ways to Make the Wrong Impression on Your First Day 5 Things to Ask in a Job Interview How to Answer 7 of the Most Common Interview Questions 6 Reasons You Should Say ‘Yes’ to Any Job Interview The Worst Reasons To Pick A Career Path Preparing For An Interview: Step-By-Step Guide How To Conduct A Job Search Why You Should Remember Murphy’s Law Before Your Next Job Interview

In our new YouTube series, "Well This Happened" it's your turn to be the career coach! What would you do if you asked a coworker when the baby was due and she responded with, "I'm not pregnant." Watch the video and cast your vote b posting a comment on Youtube. We'll select one person from the correct answers at random to win free membership to the Work It Daily program. Good luck!

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If you've ever wondered what a Work It Daily (WID) membership could do for you, a letter we got this week provides a powerful example...

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There are 3 things hiring managers are trying to initially assess about you in the job interview. This video walks you through what they are looking for and offers insights into the right information to give them. Be sure to check out our free resources mentioned in the video too. They are:

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Last week during my Office Hours on Youtube, a client asked about how to deal with a workplace bully. After spending many years in corporate HR, I flipped to the other side and became a career therapist. So, I've seen both sides of this situation in the workplace. In this video, I discuss why people struggle to deal with bullies and what you can do to change the situation instantly.

This week, I did something that truly scared me. I sent an email to over 120,000 Work It Daily newsletter subscribers and asked them to answer the question, "What do we do?"

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In this video, you'll learn how to tell if your career is plateauing due to the Executive Blues. You'll also learn what you can do to fix the problem and get your "executive energy" back so you can keep your career on track and set goals to reach new heights of success!

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