Not all job search advice is evergreen. Some, despite the best of intentions, is flat out obsolete. But how to you know how to tell the advice that works in today’s job search from the outdated tips of yesterday?
As we begin the year, now is the time to create a new career plan with a new vision for 2020. Take advantage of this time of year to begin thinking about what you want from your career in the new year. To help you use 2020 vision to target and clearly focus on important issues facing the workplace, you’ll find key articles referencing trends for the upcoming year.
No one said it would be easy to find the hiring manager. Fix it Friday is about helping job seekers do it better. Why is finding the hiring manager so important, yet so difficult?
It’s that time of year again. The once vibrant leaves turn shades of brown and fall silently to forest floor and the morning air takes on a crisp chill that makes you shudder in anticipation. The year is coming to an end. But more importantly, a new year is about to begin. It’s that time of year when you begin to take stock of your career goals and evaluate your progress. It’s also time to look at the 2020 job market. So let’s get things started by asking, “Where will the jobs be next year?”
You don’t have to wait until you apply to research company culture. You can begin evaluating company culture as you research target companies to help you identify those that interest you. Armed with basic research, you will find it easier to ask specific questions about the components of culture during the job interview.