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The Job Sauce accepted into Forbes Coaches Council

Scott Swedberg

Forbes Coaches CouncilThe Job Sauce, a career coaching company founded by Scott Swedberg, has been accepted into the Forbes Coaches Council, an invitation-only community for leading business and career coaches.


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How to Get Hired: 10 steps to being the top candidate

Scott Swedberg

How To Get You HiredLanding a job isn’t easy. If you apply online to a critical job and get screened, you still only have less than a 1 in 250 chance of getting hired. To land the job you need to enter the process in a way that sets you up for success and play an active role in the process. Here’s how:


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Is Landing a Job Really About Who You Know?

Scott Swedberg

Who You Know Will Get You HiredDo you have a strong list of connections in your chosen career field? If not, you could be missing out on major career move simply because you aren’t able to get your foot in the door. Knowing people in your field may not guarantee you a successful career – but it’s certainly makes a significant impact.


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The Job Sauce & Grad Career Festival Team Up!

Scott Swedberg

Grad Career FestivalThere is a great deal of research that shows that college graduates’ transition from college to their first professional job are fraught with challenges. According to research by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), it will take the average graduate 7.4 months to find employment.


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5 Signs You Are Being Underpaid!

Scott McMeen

Being underpaid?Let’s be honest – there is one main motivation to get out of bed and go to work each morning. It’s all about the money. Sure, you might enjoy your work, you might get satisfaction out of the challenge and accomplishment, and you might like your coworkers. Those are all good things, but they don’t compare to the paycheck you take home at the end of the week.


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7 Tips for Building a Better Resume

Scott McMeen

Resume BuildingWhen you apply for a job, you start out as nothing but a piece of paper. The resume you submit for a position is the only representation of yourself that you will be able to put in front of your prospective employer.


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Why Warm Introductions Work

Scott Swedberg
Warm Introduction

Getting referred for your dream job is pivotal in actually landing it. But how do we get in touch with a company VIP in the first place? The Warm Introduction.


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