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How To Be An Employee Who Acts Like An Owner

During the industrial revolution, company owners wanted to break down work and production into the smallest and simplest task possible so workers could easily be trained to do one job and one job

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How to Build Your Resume In College

They say college is the best 4 (or 5 or 6) years of your life. Sure, have a blast! But don’t leave college not knowing what to put on your resume. If you’re worried about having a ghost town of a

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The Starting Lineup: Ian Robert (Head of Growth, Scouted)

Welcome to our first interview/post in a series we are calling The Starting Lineup: Stories and advice from early stage startup employees. In these interviews, we will be chatting with people who


How to Rock Your Phone Interview

Phone interviews have become increasingly common simply because more jobs are receiving more and more applicants per listing. If you receive an invitation for a phone interview, you can pretty

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How to Keep Your Resume to One Page (And Why You Should)

We all know it. The competition to snag a high-demand job is fierce and every little bit of resume power helps. Or does it? One thing we see a lot here at Scouted is young job seekers, either


The One Thing Even Executives Forget To Do In Job Interviews

This guest post comes to us from Argentus Supply Chain Recruiting, a boutique recruitment firm specializing in Supply Chain Management and Procurement. Most of us at Argentus have been recruiting

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A Day in the Life of a Sales Development Representative

There are few careers that test basic abilities and tough skin more so than Sales. Within Sales, Sales Development Representatives are the drivers of the sales team. If a company is a military


How to Reschedule a Job Interview

You filled out the application, had a short and sweet phone screening conversation, and you recently just scheduled your interview. Congrats! Until… Your heart skips a beat realizing you can’t


8 Things You Should Pay Attention to When Interviewing For a Job

Here at Scouted, we talk with a lot of candidates and help them with interview prep to help them feel ready for the big day. One of the things we always remind our candidates is that in a job

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How to Improve Your Focus and Reduce Stress at Work

Every workplace has busy and slow seasons. Depending on where you work, you might even have to wear multiple hats. To-do lists pile up, email inboxes can get flooded, and, inevitably, you begin


3 Smart Things to do Before a Job Interview to Guarantee Success

If you were given 3 wishes before a job interview (and you weren’t allowed to wish to skip it), what would you wish for? Our guess is that you’d wish: To be completely prepared, To knock


How to Write a Thank You or Follow Up Email After an Interview

So, you had a job interview. Great! Before you sit back and begin your waiting game, we’re here to tell you that your work is not done. Nope! You may be thinking that you kicked butt at


What’s Your Greatest Weakness and 4 Other Useless Job Interview Questions

Interviews come in many shapes and sizes. Some over the phone, some are in front of a panel, and some feel similar to The Hunger Games taking place with a group of candidates. Even though every

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40+ Powerful Words to Make Your Resume Stand Out

Chances are, if you’re reading this, you already know the competition is fierce when it comes to the job market. But did you know that, on average, corporate job postings receive around 250


5 of The Top New Hiring Trends to Expect in 2018

Whether you’re searching for new talent or you’re the one hoping to be the new talent, the age-old, resume-cover-letter-interview-waiting-game hiring process can feel daunting, ineffective, and


5 Things to do Immediately After a Job Interview

So your cheeks hurt from smiling (whether it was real or fake), you just shook your interviewers’ hand, and you managed not to trip on your way out of the office. Nice work. Sure, the hardest

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How to Get the Most out of Working Through College

Students working through college go together like students and ramen noodles. The two have gone hand in hand for quite some time now. In fact, according to a report put out by Georgetown

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How to Use a Side Hustle to Get the Experience You Need for Your Dream Job

Lack of job experience got you down? Maybe you’re starting to believe you’ll never get your foot in the door and started on the right career path. Or maybe… freelancing and side hustling might


4 Insightful TED Talks For Job Hunters

Each year, millions of people enter the workforce, hungry and eager to embark on their unique journeys. Many of these young individuals are recent college graduates, who are finally ready to