The Best (and Worst) Job Search Boards

We have all been there. Scouring Job Search boards for the best candidate or the perfect opportunity, only to be disappointed in the process. We have compiled a short list of our favorite Job Search Boards and a few tips to assist in making your efforts on each one more efficient. Monster We start out

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The Jobseekers Guide to Employment Terms

A definitive source for learning about career, job-hunting, and employment terms — from the team at Creed Consulting Group This glossary of employment terms is designed to give job-seekers a quick definition only. If you’re looking for a more detailed description please check out this link. Accomplishments — These are the achievements you have had

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What to Say (and Not Say) in a Post-Interview Thank You Email

We have all been there. You just landed an interview with your dream company and the sit down went exceedingly well. Now you want to keep your name at the top of the consideration list, but how? This is where a tried-and-true old fashioned “Thank you” will come in handy. With modern technology at our fingertips,

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The Ultimate Guide to Strange Interview Questions

After over a decade in the business, Creed Consulting Group’s team members and direct hire consultants have seen and heard it all when it comes to interview questions. Over the past several years, interviewers have attempted to elicit a completely honest response from candidates by catching them off guard using creative interview…and often times awkward,

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Why Hiring Veterans is a Smart Business Move

Creed Consulting Group prides itself on partnering with qualified veterans of the US Military. Not only is this a way to show our appreciation for their sacrifices, but also assists with the often stressful transition to civilian life. Veterans bring so much more to the table than many of them share in a cover letter

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Dressing for the Interview

Before you say a single word to the interviewer, you have already made an impression based on how you’re dressed. The guidelines given here are commonly accepted as appropriate for interviewing. Every company has a different dress code; how you dress at the job may have very little to do with how you dress for

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Ten Keys to Success at Job and Career Fairs

There are many types of job and career fairs — from ones scheduled on campus for college students to industry-specific ones for professionals — but they all have one common theme: it’s a chance for a company to meet and screen a large volume of potential job candidates. Whether you’re a college student new to

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