Eureka! You’ve finally landed an interview, did all the research on the target company, and are now sitting in the hot seat, being grilled about your background from a panel of prospective bosses.
Who exactly is control here? The employer? Wrong… You BOTH are in control.
Sometimes we make the job search too complicated. Sometimes, we just need to break things down in easy steps. Maybe 12 easy steps, like ManagementParadise.com has done in their infographic: “12 Tips on How to Hunt for a Job.”
Here are just three of the tips sure to help your job search…
One of the most perplexing subjects for job seekers: how and when to follow-up after a job interview.
Everyone knows they should follow-up (although truth be told, few actually do). But how? When? At what point to you go from a quality candidate to a creepy stalker?
To a recruiter, chances are your resume looks, feels and sounds just like every other resume.
Why? Because almost resume written contains these seven cliches that make recruiters want to scream! Take a look, and then see how many of these need to be removed from your resume…
Have you built a professional presence on social media? Do you have a personal website to display your passion and expertise? Do you frequently use mobile devices to keep up with your job search, potential employers and personal branding?
This infographic by job hunting and career management site CareerShift shares information on the impact of these compelling job search trends, and much more…