Join us this Monday evening at 8:00 PM ET for an open and frank discussion of a very important topic: our divisive times.
Instead of celebrating our divisions, we’ll come together and try to find a way to bring constructive conversation and civility to our working lives.
Submitting your resume can feel like feeding your life to the insatiable ATS monster. At your interview, you can’t help but imagine being examined by some demonic tribunal. And the wait… the wait makes you feel like an insubstantial ghost.
But there are ways to turn your job search fears to your advantage as the witching hour approaches…
Everyone wants to achieve success. Whatever career path we choose, we strive to reach the top of the career mountain. When you start a new job, you typically find yourself in the foothills looking up at a peak shrouded in clouds. But from the very beginning, you search for ways to climb.
An effective job search strategy can mean the difference between getting hired right away and wandering around unemployed for too long.
It’s time to build a job search strategy to get you hired, quickly…
So, you find yourself in need of a job. Perhaps you’ve just graduated from college or maybe your previous gig ended. Time to log on to the job boards, and spam every company in America with that resume you threw together last night, right?
Wrong! Don’t start your job search just yet…
Every day we make decisions that affect our lives. But some decisions impact our future so dramatically that we consider them life-changing. One of the most important such decision is choosing the perfect career. The funny thing is, thanks to educational requirements, we often have to make that choice before we turn 18.