Company: iCrossing, Inc. Location: San Francisco, California Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Mid Level Career (5+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor's Job Status: Full Time
Job seekers engage in standard practices when they look for work, such as heading to the Google search bar and typing in a company name to research a potential employer. The reverse is also true. Many employers find your online brand and gather information regarding your personality from what they discover. Show More Summary
The job interview is the most anxiety-inducing part of the job search, which is why it's incredibly frustrating to spend so much time, energy and effort on making a great impression without getting the position as your reward. If you find this happening to you over and over, you may need to sharpen your interview skills. Show More Summary
Searching for a new job is a grind. It’s a painful process combing through hundreds of boring job descriptions, spending hours crafting cover letters and spending days (or even weeks) waiting for a call See also: 5 unwritten rules for workplace etiquette in a lax company culture It is tedious and time-consuming — but it doesn’t have to be. Show More Summary
Are you hunting for a new career? The Mashable Job Board is the ideal place to search for your next big move. More than 3,000 employers in tech and digital have posted on our board, and they're looking to fill positions from Mashable's community. Each week, we highlight five recently posted openings. Show More Summary
Spending time writing a targeted cover letter increases the chance your letter gets read. The cover letter delivers your first impression in the job search; it makes sense to put in the effort to do it well. Follow these tips to make your letter stand head and shoulders above the rest. Show More Summary
Anytime you start something new like a job search for the first time in years, it’s normal to feel a twinge of doubt here and there. The realization that finding a good job takes time and effort can at times be overwhelming and when combined with the rejection, it creates an opportunity for doubt to […]
Finding the most flattering piece to add to your wardrobe is tough, but if you're under 5'2", that job can be a lot tougher. Our friends at InStyle searched high and low and found the most complementary dress styles for all the petite...Show More Summary
What's more important to you: great employee perks or great company culture? Please take our poll! We're using it to make your job search experience better! The post Poll: Employee Perks Or Company Culture? appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Landing a job interview represents one of the most important steps of your job search adventure, especially when you realize your hard work paid off just to get to this point. Once you get your opportunity to close the sale, you must learn to impress the interviewer. Show More Summary
The phone interview is a critical stage in the job search process. Have one coming up soon? Here are some tips for nailing your next phone screening. The post 5 Tips For Nailing Your Next Phone Screening appeared first on CAREEREALI...
Madeline Luciano lost her job at a New York City school after her cruel assignment made a student cry. Artist's impression. (stock photo) When I was in school, I had to do some dumb assignments. Pointless dittos, word searches, SATs… but none of them were as stupid, not to mention inappropriate, as this one. Show More Summary
The story of a 29-year-old man who recently quit his job in Yunnan to find his 62-year-old girlfriend who'd suddenly left shows that love truly has no boundaries when it comes to age. [ more › ]
One of the cardinal mistakes of job searching is using the same resume for every job application. In a competitive market, a boilerplate resume does nothing to distinguish you from other candidates. A better option is to tailor your resume to the position, making it easier for the employer to understand the value you bring to the organization. Show More Summary
In this episode we provide tips for getting the most out of the submission, interview and offer components of the travel nursing job search process. The post TTATN 010 : Tips For Travel Nursing Submissions, Interviews, and Offers appeared first on BluePipes Blog.
This ten-year-old image, which corresponds to an Onion article about women in positions of corporate power, is the first female face Google pulls up in an image search for "CEO." Down below ten rows of variations on Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and stock images of both male CEOs and paper signs that say... More »
A recent survey shows low job satisfaction within the financial services industry. Ben McLannahan reports on the survey, conducted between January and March by Options Group, a New York-based executive search and consulting firm, for the Financial Times ($). The survey was pretty small, just 100 people, but the results seem to show broad dissatisfaction among [...]
Tracy Cashman is Senior Vice President and Partner of the Information Technology search division at WinterWyman. She takes your career-related questions during a live chat Tuesday at noon.
How do you make the leap from dreaming of a better job to actually getting one? Liz Ryan lays out the steps to follow as you launch your under-the-radar job search
Are you ready for your next big career move? The Mashable Job Board is the ideal place to search. More than 3,000 employers in tech and digital have posted on our board, and they're looking to fill positions from Mashable's community. Each week, we highlight five recently posted openings. Show More Summary