Are you investing the bulk of your time only chasing jobs posted online? If yes, you are missing out on the opportunity to meet with individuals inside companies that could potentially hire you.
And meeting people who influence hiring decisions is where the real opportunities lie!
When it comes to searching for a job, a great deal importance is placed on making a good first impression. First impressions matter. For hiring managers who can only spend a small amount time with each candidate, the first impression you make is likely all they’ll remember. That’s why you have be sure that whether your first impression is conveyed online, through your resume, or in an interview, you prepare to be at your best.
there are certain unconventional jobs that will pay you to travel the world without ever having to be stuck in a dingy airport hotel.
Here are a dozen out-of-the-box travel jobs, from professional mermaiding to expert dog sitting, that’ll allow you to see the globe, sans desk…
So this is the year you are finally ready to change jobs. Congratulations! Before you dust off your resume, there are some questions you need to ask before your job search begins.
Nine questions, to be exact…
Maybe you have a company in mind that you’d like to work for. Or, perhaps you have a specific industry or field in mind but aren’t sure where to begin when it comes to finding out who’s hiring.
If this sounds familiar, read on as we discuss how to find out if a company is hiring in the first place.
You’ve applied for dozens if not hundreds of jobs online. You haven’t heard back. Join the club. This is probably one of the biggest frustrations of job seekers.
So what can you do to take the job search offensive?