Carly Cohan

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What to Include in the Beginning, Middle, and End of Your Cover Letter

Posted by Carly Cohan on Aug 23, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Not always required, but always encouraged, cover letters are the first form of direct contact with a hiring manager. This is your opportunity to showcase your applicable background and qualifications. In today’s job market, cover letters are typically emails rather than an actual letter. But that’s the best part, you no longer are restricted to a standard format, you’re free to describe yourself in a personal but professional manner.


The Dos and Dont's for Your Professional Profile Picture

Posted by Carly Cohan on Jul 31, 2018 11:17:12 AM

Before a recruiter reads your LinkedIn headline, name, or location, the first thing they see is your profile picture. Your profile picture for your personal social media accounts should not be the same as your professional accounts. Hiring managers are not impressed by your vacation or the party you went to last weekend. Considering LinkedIn is a business-oriented social network, employers expect to see a sharp, polished photo of yourself. With that being said, below is a list of dos and don’ts to review before choosing your professional profile picture.


Consultants Answer 6 of the Hardest Interview Questions

Posted by Carly Cohan on Jul 24, 2018 10:36:50 AM

There are certain questions everyone hopes to avoid during an interview. No matter how many interviews you’ve had, you never quite get comfortable responding to those tough, sometimes awkward, questions.


Essential Job Search Tasks You Can Get Done in Less Than an Hour

Posted by Carly Cohan on Jun 26, 2018 11:04:32 AM

Many of us procrastinate when it comes to searching for a job because of the endless hours that come with it. In reality, it doesn’t need to take up your whole day. There are several ways to complete job search related tasks in less than an hour. The key is to stay organized and manage your time wisely. Listed below are seven steps you can utilize so your job hunt doesn’t dominate your precious time. 


Applying to Long-Distance Jobs? Here are 6 Helpful Tips

Posted by Carly Cohan on Jun 19, 2018 11:01:14 AM

People are finding it more difficult to stay in one place for too long. Whether you are moving back home to be close to family, relocating with a partner, or a recent graduate ready for your next adventure. Whatever the reason may be, a long-distance job search shouldn’t be treated the same as a local search. There are important changes that job seekers need to make in order to find success in their job search. Below are six must-dos you should consider during your long-distance job hunt:


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