As resume writing experts, we routinely hear of clients taking a full year after college to land their first real full-time job.
Why? Because they listen to all the well-intended but misguided advice from their college friends. And they make all the same mistakes those friends made. In the long run, they pay for it…
If you’ve been reluctant to network or you’ve tried it and it just wasn’t for you, don’t give up on networking. It is still the best career insurance you can have!
Maybe you just need a new and improved networking technique…
Positions in up-and-coming startups are not as easy to find. Tracking them down is not as simple as browsing the corporate webpage’s lob listings.
So, how can those with a taste for adventure find jobs at startups?
We have instant access to countless apps to make everything simpler, from navigating traffic to finding coupons for the best deals and managing our music playlists. Indeed, these tools have made many aspects of our lives easier and more organized. And yet, many of us continue to struggle with a job search problem.
During the job application process, you might end up applying for dozens of jobs. With so many job applications, and months of wait time to hear back about positions, it’s only natural to get a little confused. Keeping track of your job applications is imperative, so track the jobs for which you’ve applied and your follow-up responses using these seven tips.