As anyone who has been in a job search for a while knows, being invited to a job interview is not something easily achieved. Becoming one of the few candidates rather than being part of the usually gigantic crowd of job applicants is a major victory. Unfortunately, too many job candidates blow their interview opportunities, wasting all that time and effort. How do they blow it? By making some serious, yet often subtle, job interview mistakes.
Rapid technological development has undoubtedly changed the modern industrial world. Digitalization is an essential part of the way to the future, including the future of jobs. It will change the way we live and the way we work by introducing us to smarter solutions. The fastest growing industries will revolve around innovations such as autonomous vehicles, advanced robotics, and artificial intelligence making our lives easier every day.
If you find it harder to concentrate right now, you aren’t alone. It’s caused by pandemic job search stress. Get ideas on how to regain your focus. There’s already evidence that this pandemic is having an effect on those who don’t even have the virus. Some have referred to it as “covid brain” or brain fog. No matter what you call it, it’s real. This article from the BBC validates the effects the Coronavirus is having on people.
As with the previous pandemics and other major events, such as the Great Depression and World War II, the coronavirus pandemic will profoundly change workplaces and the nature of work itself. In fact, it already has. Many of these changes, especially the massive shift toward remote work are probably here to stay. So, if you’re looking for a job now or in the future, you might want to keep this in mind. But what does a remote job search look like?
There are many ways to find the name and contact information for someone inside a company. If you’ve ever been frustrated that you didn’t know people who work for a company you are interested in (or want to apply to) then check out these six simple ways to sleuth insiders!