What to Expect During the Third Job Interview - Style Nine to Five

What to Expect During the Third Job Interview

At times, securing the job is not as easy as making it past one sole interview. Nowadays, and especially for technical and higher-ranking jobs, multiple interview phases have become the norm to help recruiters test and vet potential candidates. When exactly do employers call on three or more interviews, and what are they looking for […]

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How to Grow in the Retail Industry - Style Nine to Five

How to Grow in the Retail Industry

It’s time to start viewing your retail job as more than a part-time gig to hold you over to something else. Retail can make for an amazing career opportunity, whether you want to work as a manager, a buyer, or even work your way deeper into the company. But how do you get into one […]

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3 Steps to the Perfect Portfolio - Style Nine to Five

3 Steps to the Perfect Portfolio

It’s the requirement that creative job-seekers dread: the portfolio. It can become a huge stressor as you work on your application – which pieces should you be including? What will this company, specifically, want to see? Which work samples show your talent the most? But stress no more – in only three steps, you can […]

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Cover Letter in 2022 - Style Nine to Five

Why You Still Need a Cover Letter in 2022

Sometimes it can feel like job searching is just a numbers game. If you put your resumé out there enough times, eventually a company is going to bite. In which case, if you just skip the laborious task of tailoring a cover letter for each application, you can cast a wider net and land a […]

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How to Address Career Gaps to Future Potential Employers - Style Nine to Five

How to Address Career Gaps to Future Potential Employers

Looking for a new job is an exciting and nerve-wracking journey. It usually starts with updating your resume and searching the job boards for new job opportunities that pique your interest and match your skillset. Seems like a simple process, but what if you have gaps in your employment history? Here are a few tips […]

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself When Picking a Major - Style Nine to Five

3 Questions to Ask Yourself When Picking a Major

Is this you? It’s time to start thinking about further education, but you don’t have a single thought. Plenty of people have been there before – post-secondary education is a big step and the thought of locking yourself into a career you don’t like is a distressing one. If you have absolutely zero ideas on […]

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Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Job Offer - Style Nine to Five

Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Job Offer

Congratulations to you for getting a job offer worth your while! Next, all you have to do is accept it, right? Well, maybe not quite yet. The big ask now is ‘Is this the job you’ve been waiting for?’ Is it the job offer you’ve been needing and looking for, and how do you find […]

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Recruiter’s Secret Tips to Make Their Clients the Top Candidates - Style Nine to Five

Recruiter’s Secret Tips to Make Their Clients the Top Candidates

This week we’re dishing out the inside secrets on how to position yourself to land the job of your dreams. These are the exclusive tips that recruiters, like Style Nine to Five’s Founder Christie Lohr, use to help their clients elevate their applications and land job interviews. Do you have a pen and paper ready? […]

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Remote Jobs - Is Professional Nomading Right for You - Style Nine to Five

Remote Jobs – Is Professional Nomading Right for You?

For many of us, remote work is the new normal. You might miss the office routine and constant socializing, but remote work has plenty of benefits. Consider the fact that working remotely means you can work from wherever you want – meaning travel is a huge option. This is called professional nomading – taking on […]

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How to Talk About Yourself in a Job Interview - Style Nine to Five

How to Talk About Yourself in a Job Interview

You’ve studied up on the company culture, you know everything there is to know about the field, but then your interviewer asks a question that stumps you: “tell me about yourself”, maybe, or “what are your hobbies?” We’ve all been there before – it’s not a matter of not knowing yourself, but how should you […]

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