LinkedIn has become the most important professional network on the internet, and the sad fact is that people are still missing out on the networking.
This is how it normally goes, you graduate from college hoping to land that dream job and then the constant application denials begin and the.
You’ve risen through the ranks. You started with internships and entry-level scutwork, made your mark as an individual contributor, and now you’re finding yourself in.
It’s been over an hour of you pouring out your work experience (and your heart) to a potential employer and then the hiring manager asks.
The words “Know anyone hiring?” or “I’m here looking for job opportunities” can shut down a networking conversation faster than spinach in your teeth or.
Nowhere is it more evident than in a job search that small changes can create big outcomes. These small changes especially apply to older job.
Spring is almost here and you still haven’t updated your resume! If you’re still contemplating what needs to be changed, here are five simple things.
Did you know that your personality type can determine which career you’ll be happy with? We can’t deny who we are but there is a.
There is one powerful lesson all job hunters should learn: manners, attitude and behavior are all important components of making a good first impression! It.
This blog post is a continuance of “9 Reasons Your Resume Gets Rejected,” so check it out before you read further! For a recruiter, the.
Even though most job-seekers qualify to perform many different jobs, they still worry about their qualifications when it comes to job openings. Of course they.
Job interviews don’t come along very often, in fact, it often takes sending out dozens of resume submissions before you’re able to secure an interview..
It goes without saying that preparation is key when you’re interviewing for a job! You’ve done your research, you’ve laid out your “dress to impress”.
When it comes to academic achievement, intelligence is an important factor. In fact, we are often led to believe that the only way to succeed.
LinkedIn recently launched a new look and a complete overhaul of their homepage. Have you noticed? The purpose of the makeover is to provide a.
What do I wear? How should I answer this question? How long will this take? Inherent questions that always bombard your brain before a job.
It’s finally here, the big day! You’ve perfected your resume, worked hard preparing, and now you’re showing how responsible and committed you are to this.
Then you might want to look at a recent infographic via LinkedIn. Their analytics team focused on people who have successfully landed a new job.
Today, there is so much advice available online. Just do a quick Google search for job search advice and you will bring up pages and.
Interviewing for a job is nerve-racking for applicants but they can also be a dangerous playground for the job interviewer, especially the inexperienced. Unwittingly, these.
Holidays…those weeks that drag on after Thanksgiving all the way into the New Year. It’s this time of year when job-seekers stop looking for employment..
Social media is and will continue to be the future for job seekers and recruiters, whether we like it or not! The fact is, 94%.
Yikes, there’s a lot of resume advice floating around out there! Some good, some not so good and we understand it has to leave you.
So what do 80 percent of employers do before they ask you for an interview? They Google you. Does this surprise you? If you said.
Job applicants have used everything from Vine videos to infographics to candy wrappers to replace the standard resume. Unfortunately, they’re also a great way to.