If you’re going to rock the job market and get interviews, then you have to put strategic skills on your resume.
The goal is to hit the sweet spot of alignment between what you want and what employers want…
I just saw a creative and powerful use of LinkedIn Publisher!
Nicholas Anfeldt, a 2015 grad in Computer Security, announced his achievement to his 500+ member network. After seeing this unique use of Publisher, it occurred to me: LinkedIn Publisher is a top place to share your news. A no-brainer!
A reader recently asked how to best use LinkedIn to reach a hiring manager he wants to pursue. The trouble: that hiring manager is basically inactive on the world’s largest professional network. Guessing that he’s not the only job seeker facing that challenge, I reached out for some actionable ideas: Find a Common Connection; Ask for an Email Introduction Career Coach Kolby Goodman suggests you first find a common connection and ask that person to introduce you to the hiring manager via email That request might look like this: Hi Lisa, I have been looking at various positions at [Company
A recent Washington Post story about college costs said that just over half of people who enter college leave with a bachelor’s degree. Thus, if you’re a recent grad, don’t miss the opportunity to highlight your ability to set and accomplish goals on your resume and in interviews.