You know how to research companies, how to tweak your resume and even how to answer tough interview questions, but do you really know how to follow-up after the interview? If you’ve been invited to interview, it means the company is already interested in you. You will either seal the deal or blow the show. What can you do to woo the employer and land the job?
Your aunt gives you her suggestions about resume objectives. You’re getting contradictory job hunt advice from two newsletter subscriptions. Everyone has something to say. It can get confusing. Here, we’ll cut through the clutter and give you the seven best pieces of job search advice we’ve seen so far this year.
Every time you submit an application, your resume competes with 250 other resumes from candidates seeking the same position.
So getting noticed, and getting noticed fast, is the key to a successful job search…
Networking events are opportune times to make business connections, so consider what you should and should not say when you are introduced to new people.
How much has the 2016 job search changed over previous years? More dramatically than most can imagine.
The type of jobs available, prevalence of high-tech positions geared towards a younger workforce all contribute.
Years ago, we started every job search by tweaking our resumes.
Today’s job search starts with the really difficult step of self assessment and, just as important, market-place assessment…