During a job search, professional keywords are one of the most underrated tools a job seeker has. When used correctly, keywords create an automatic connection between you and the open position. Whether you're applying to a large company...Show More Summary
A cover letter is an essential tool to show your personality and professionalism. Focus your job search on crafting a letter that prompts the interest of a hiring manager with clear and concise examples of your ability to mesh with the company culture and impact the company's bottom line. Show More Summary
Your reputation is just a Google search away...
Looking for a new job involves risk. Your employer and colleagues might find out before you want them to; unpleasant political situations in your current job may arise. Then there are pointless calls from search agents and the sometimes unfathomable logic behind some of their career suggestions. That’s true at least [...]
USC avoided what could have been a long, grueling search for a new head football coach Monday by giving the job to Clay Helton, the guy who has held the reins for the Trojans on an interim basis since Steve Sarkisian was fired last month. During that stretch, Helton has led the team to a 5-2 record...
Pew Internet's Searching for Work in the Digital Era illustrates the growing role online resources are playing in the job hunt. Key quote: A majority of U.S. adults (54%) have gone online to look for job information, 45% have applie...
DENVER — When John Scarborough's 13-year-old son showed an affinity for computer programming, he immediately started searching for an after-school enrichment program that would nurture that interest. It didn't take long before the Denver...Show More Summary
Searching for a job is just like dating, banking or procrastinating on chores until someone else does them: It’s something we all have to do. So why shouldn’t the job search be the basis for mobile apps, like those other adult obligations? Over the past couple of years, it has. Show More Summary
How is Google fine-tuning its search algorithms? How can your brand keep ahead of the pack by anticipating or responding to these changes? An infographic from Executive SEO Inc. explores the way SEO has changed in the past year.
To some, job searching can wait; to others, it’s a luxury they can’t afford. There are no right or wrong answers; rather it all depends on your personal circumstances and goals. If income is no problem and there are no pressing issues that require you to work right away then taking time off during the holidays
After spending countless hours searching for your dream job and polishing your resume and cover letter, the opportunity to show your professionalism in a job interview is the final step in your job search. An interview can make or break...Show More Summary
Recruitment season is my favorite time of year. The CVs pile into the database, and we sift through the resumes, searching for candidates that would make a great fit for our organization. Next, I get on the phone and assess their level of interest and try to sell them on everything we have to offer. […]
Liz Ryan describes how to research, compose and send a Pain Letter to rev up your job-search engine!
The job market is competitive, which is why your job search should be focused on creating a personal brand that stands out from the rest. Hiring managers seek individuals who are confident yet available to show evidence of their skills and experience. Show More Summary
Landing your dream job is difficult, but modern tools make it much easier to identify job openings and connect with prospective employers. As part of your job search, you should be setting up social media profiles and using them to grow your network. Show More Summary
The hidden job market is made up of jobs that are available to be filled, but aren't posted. In A Job Search? Here's why you must tap the hidden job market. The post In A Job Search? Why You Must Tap The Hidden Job Market appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
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Can you afford to holiday from your job search on a holiday weekend? Yes, you can. (And you should!) You might vacation, you might have extended family meals and you might have friends hosting house parties. Enjoy them all and keep these tips in mind.
The internet has become the premier resource for today's job hunters. 79 percent of Americans used online resources and information during their most recent search for employment, according to a Pew Research survey. Roughly one-third of American job hunters consider the internet the most important resource available to a person [...]