The new year is in full swing and a recent survey suggests that 84% of professionals are looking for a new job. Good timing: The job market is very candidate-friendly right now as companies compete for top talent. So, if you’re hoping that 2019 brings opportunity knocking on your door, the first thing you’re going to need is a new resume. It never hurts to polish up your old one with some timely resume tips.
There’s nothing quite like the feeling of winning. When you work hard to achieve a goal and you finally reach it, you feel a sense of euphoria and accomplishment. In the case of your job search, you might think that you’ve won when you receive a job offer. While this accomplishment should be met with a sigh of relief, sometimes the sense of relief of no longer spending your free time filling out applications can blind you to some of the realities of that offer.
With a new year in full swing, we find ourselves busy with New Year’s resolutions, big plans, and high hopes. A new year is a fresh start; a chance to change direction or re-dedicate ourselves to achieving our goals. But, the new year can present an opportunity to look back as well… to think about the road we’ve traveled. So, if your new year involves a new job search, you might find it beneficial to take a brief look at job search history to learn just how much things have changed.
For people who don’t consider themselves and early riser, getting up in the morning can really suck. In fact, those of us who are not the proverbial “morning person,” would rather just pull up the covers and go back to sleep.
Besides, worms don’t taste that good anyway…
From the position of your chair to the music you listen to, there are many factors that affect how productively you work from home.
With this in mind, the folks at Harvey’s Furniture have put together a brief guide to creating the perfect remote work setting…