Free Resources​ to End Your Job Search
& Start a Career You’ll Love!

Find the free tools you need to help you land a new job – whether it’s your first job, a career change, or something in between – as well as information and support for navigating your career and being happy and successful at work!

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Unsure about how your resume should look or which format to use? Our straightforward outline takes the guesswork out of resume building. It helps you organize your information effortlessly, making it a breeze to create a standout resume, whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting out.

They say that recruiters look at your resume for an average of only 6 seconds. To help your resume pass the glance test, make sure it meets all of these points.

For a more in-depth analysis and information on “how to”, please check out the following article: How to Get Your Resume Past the 6 Second Glance Test

It’s easy to get stuck when it comes to describing your personality, your work style, and your interpersonal skills. Whether it’s on your resume, in your cover letter, during an interview, or part of your “elevator pitch,” here are 500+ positive adjectives and descriptive words that you can use to help with your job search.

Not being able to find a job is a stressful, horrible position to be in. Whether you are unemployed because you quit, were fired, or laid off, are underemployed and looking to start your career or change career paths, or are a new graduate looking for your first job, there are things you can do when you can’t find a job.

Are you feeling nervous about how to answer common interview questions? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Here, we’ll guide you through how to answer some of the most frequently asked interview questions.

Do you have a side hustle? Is it on your resume? It should be!

When you scrutinize everything that side hustling entails, it quickly becomes clear as to why you should include it on your resume. It will enhance your candidacy, help you stand out amongst the other applicants, and hopefully land you an awesome new job!

In order to find job satisfaction, you need a job that matches your work values. These are the characteristics of a job that are important and appealing to you. Knowing your values can help you figure out which careers are right for you and which ones aren’t.

There are plenty of reasons to want to start a new side hustle or start your own small business. The great news is there are also plenty of different opportunities.

I’ve compiled a massive list of over 300 side hustles and small business ideas so you can find the one that’s right for you!

Self-reflection is something that many people struggle with. The questions on this worksheet are designed to help you overcome that struggle. They will get you really thinking about yourself so you can better determine what career paths you are most suited for.

There are a lot of good reasons for declining a job offer, such as a lack of advancement, a low salary, or receiving a better job offer from another company. Here’s how to professionally say “no thanks” to an offer without harming your professional reputation.

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