A stealth job search can help you protect your job and your income. Employers, not surprisingly, tend to view a job-seeking employee as “disloyal,” not focused on their work, and a threat to company secrets, customer lists, etc.
So maintaining a low profile is the smart thing to do, even though it makes your job search a bit trickier…
As we enter this graduation season, people from all over the country enter the workforce. But do they really know what they’re getting into?
Do they know the hiring trends for the second half of 2017?
Assuming that you know what you want to do and where you want to do it, you’ll find millions of jobs online. But not all online job search methods are created equal.
In fact, some internet-driven job search methods are far more effective than others…
Over the last year, corporations and job board companies are starting to use a search tool called semantic search to help match open jobs with an online job seeker better than ever before. It’s actually been around for about 5 years, but it’s within the last year that it’s begun being used in recruitment (by companies like Deloitte, Bosch, and Manpower).
When on the hunt for a job, it’s not uncommon to apply for multiple opportunities simultaneously. This is especially true for those of us just starting our careers. But multiple applications mean different resume versions, various cover letters and many deadlines to keep track of.
With so many moving parts, it’s difficult to maintain an organized job search…
The job market is a crowded place, especially for young adults. Although the job market is improving and becoming more employee friendly, there are still a lot of young professionals gunning for the same opportunities. When you send a competitive job application, you need every advantage possible. The application follow-up is one way to gain an edge and give you peace of mind. To help you do just that, here is a step-by-step guide to following up after submitting your job applications… Step 1: Lay Low for 24 Hours If someone responds via email and says, ‘Thanks for applying. We’ll