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- Seeing Spots: QR Codes Do Not Belong On Legal Resumes
- Silence Is NOT Golden: Why Don’t Candidates Ask Questions?
- The All-Important Thank You Note
- Working With An Attorney Recruiter: Know Where Your Resume Is Going.
- An open letter to those who didn’t graduate from Harvard Law School. Sell your abilities and don’t focus on the “blemishes” on your resume.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
It’s rough out there, so buckle up and prepare for a bumpy ride the next few years. Numbers were just released and only 55% of the law school class of 2011 had full-time long-term jobs requiring a legal degree and … Continue reading
People in general have a difficult time drawing attention to their achievements, but in the hiring process you are your strongest advocate so speak up. Everyone knows there is a difference between cockiness and confidence, the latter is not only … Continue reading
This week, a website that supports staffing firms posted the five factors they found that applicants consider when looking for a new job. They are (in this order): Pay Benefits Career path Work-life balance Recognition That seems a bit shortsighted. … Continue reading