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Preparing for a Panel Interview

Panel interviews save interviewers a lot of time and money, so it's not unusual to be asked to participate in one during your job search. If a hiring manager requests you to come in for a panel interview, try not to panic. Instead, take...Show More Summary

A Tinder for Jobs? This App Helps You Find Work a Lot Like You Find Love

Tired of updating LinkedIn, or spending hours manicuring your résumé? Swedish startup SelfieJobs wants to make getting a new gig as easy as swiping right on Tinder. Slogans for the job search and recruitment app include "Swipe, chat and get2work" and "Apply with a like" (if you winced, that's OK; we did too). Show More Summary

ESPN Finally Starting To Realize It Can Be 'The ESPN Of eSports'

What’s possibly the hottest single job listing in the gaming community world at this moment? That would be a just-listened opening at ESPN, who at long last, is searching for an eSports editor. After years of flirting with the concept of eSports, it seems ESPN is finally poised to significantly step [...]

5 Truths You Must Know For Your Executive Job Search

As experienced, competent and even innovative as executives are in the job, there’s a lot they typically don’t know about getting a job. Here are some tips! The post 5 Truths You Must Know For Your Executive Job Search appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

Bad Interview—Everybody Loses

During a recent presentation to a job search networking group, I told the audience that 5 out of 10 interviewers do a bad job; 3 do an acceptable job; and the remaining 2 do a very good job. The audience agreed with me, even though many...Show More Summary

Demand Generation Director - Chicago, IL

Company: Technology Client of Avondale Search International (Recruitment Location: Chicago, Illinois Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Mid Level Career (5+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor's Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

5 Reasons You are Still Looking for a Job

The job search can become frustrating when you've spent weeks looking but haven't been successful in finding your dream position. The unemployment rate is slowly decreasing, yet here you sit, still sending out your cover letter and resume to company after company. Show More Summary

Engage the Hiring Manager With These Tips

Good writing skills are always important, but they really come in handy during a job search. A hiring manager is likely to see your resume before speaking to you on the phone or meeting you in person, so you need to make a strong impression via the written word. Show More Summary

Ask the Readers: What is Your Best Job Hunting Tip?

Job hunting is a difficult and stressful process for many people. There's the job search itself — combing through listings, preparing and sending resumes, and doing interviews — and dealing with day-to-day issues like managing your hours and dealing with a tighter budget. What is your...

7 Commonly Asked Resume Writing Questions Answered

Resume writing comes with lots of questions. If you want to produce a resume that will help you gain results in your job search, follow these tips! The post 7 Commonly Asked Resume Writing Questions Answered appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

3 Unexpected Tips For Finding A Job You Love Online

There's an exhaustive supply of advice out there about how to use LinkedIn for your job search. But what about other online tools for landing a job you love? As a professional career coach, I am always on the lookout for innovative approaches that make the most of the Web. Show More Summary

Sports Vs. eSports, According To A Lawyer

“You can do lots of things with a law degree,” the saying goes—though, lately, law students are more famous for searching in vain for jobs and accumulating crippling debt than saving the world. Somewhere in between these extremes is Bryce Blum, who may be planet Earth’s most dedicated eSports attorney. Read more...

5 ways your past can sabotage your job search

Getting a job is a difficult enough task without having your past sabotage your job search efforts. HR professionals are understandably very concerned about hiring the wrong person, because the average cost of a bad hire equals up to 30 percent of the individuals’ annual salary. Show More Summary

3 Keys To A Successful Job Search

Approach your job search strategically. It can be very demanding looking for another job when your current one is continually stressing you out. The post 3 Keys To A Successful Job Search appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

Successful Job Seekers Do This Every Day

The job search can seem like a daunting, never-ending task filled with rejections and disappointments. It doesn't have to be this way. Many job seekers make common, everyday mistakes that make the job search harder than it has to be....Show More Summary

Developing HR Competencies – Ask #HR Bartender

This is a Catch-22 situation if I’ve ever seen one: I was helping a friend with his job search. He is trying to obtain an entry level HR position. A position he found indicated the minimum education required was a high school diploma but 5 – 8 years of experience was necessary. Show More Summary

Think You’re Unqualified For Your Dream Job? 6 Reasons Why You’re Wrong

It is so easy to condemn ourselves. We have gone through a period of searching and filtering through employment options,... The post Think You’re Unqualified For Your Dream Job? 6 Reasons Why You’re Wrong appeared first on Lifehack.

Catalonian Sanctuary Is Searching for Resident Hermit

If, lately, you’ve felt the urge to toss your cell phone and laptop into the raging sea—or, like Our Lady Rihanna, just shoot the damned things—we may have the perfect job for you. Catalonian sanctuary Our Lady of the Rock is accepting applications for a resident hermit. Read more...

How to Search for a New Job Without Your Boss Knowing

So you’ve decided that you want to quit your job. Great! That’s a hard but necessary decision for a lot of folks. The problem is, how do you start looking for another job without your current boss finding out? Or what if you’re worried about identity theft scams? The answer: anonymous job searches. Show More Summary

A Strong Cover Letter Can Get You in the Door

The job search can often be tedious as you carefully prepare application materials for multiple positions. The cover letter, though, is a key element of your job preparation that should not be overlooked. Hiring managers read through...Show More Summary

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