SearchSmarter is a new, periodic series that will showcase emerging tools designed make managing your job search (or career) easier, smarter and/or a lot less overwhelming. Karen Friesen debuts SearchSmarter with a ...
If you’re visiting this web site, you understand the importance of having a polished looking resume to use during your job search. Whereas having a marketable resume is extremely important, a fantastic resume by itself won’t get you a job.
Career coach: Job-searching tips for the over-50s Chicago Daily Herald You could be asked to complete various assessments, be part of multiple interviews, be asked to give presentations, among other hurdles.
As an executive, a cover letter is a crucial part of your job search package. It is going to be read by high-level people within the company, and you need it to be effective enough to get your resume moved to the interview pile.
If you write your resume like everyone else, you're not going to stand out. Here are five little resume tweaks employers are BEGGING you to use... (RT @CAREEREALISM: If you format your #resume the same as everyone else, you're going to be ignored.
Want to hire someone to polish up your old resume so you can land your next great job? Think it’ll be as simple as handing over a list of job titles, a brief description of your duties, and maybe coming up with an accomplishment or two?
While being on the job search is a daunting task for most, it’s important to enjoy the process. After all, having a positive attitude can make a world of difference! But how can you maintain a positive attitude during a long, frustrating job search?
Career experts claim that only 20% of open positions are posted online. So if you want to get a job faster, become part of the 20% that is seeking 80% of the jobs... those which aren’t posted online. In other words, you must go guerrilla.
Top 5 Tips for Today's Job Seekers: It's a Whole New Game Out There Wauwatosa Now The Bureau of Labor and Statistics stat on job seekers does not include those who have temporarily given up their search due to discouragement or took early...
“I’ve been sending out my resume for months and not hearing anything back.” I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had a recent grad call with that exact same statement. It’s practically epidemic – and certainly a symptom of bigger issues.
Unleash Your Potential: Don't flaunt your job search while at the workplace Times Herald-Record There are numerous reasons why it's in your best interest to maintain a low profile at work if you are looking for a new job.