Looking for a job? This is the second in a two-part series on surviving the job search process with your ego intact. This great job hunting advice comes from one of the nation’s leading resume consultants, Liz Handlin. The next time you interview for a job remember that you are analyzing them as much as they are interviewing you. If you arenâ€™t truly happy with your job you will find yourself looking for another job before you know it.
Searching for a new job? If so, it’s important that you don’t take rejection personally. Rejection is part of the process, and it’s usually a good thing. Here’s some great job hunting advice from one of the nation’s leading resume consultants, Liz Handlin.
Looking for a job? They say it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. If so, you should tap into new online networks, which provide a clever and efficient way to extend your network of contacts. The Internet is making it easier to establish and maintain connections. LinkedIn tackled the impersonality of job hunting by creating the first referral-powered job board on the web.
Looking for resume writing tips? A resume isn’t simply a list of your background and accomplishments. It’s a marketing tool. Here’s some great resume advice from one of the nation’s leading resume consultants.
The summer job market is expected to be the best it’s been in years. Get started now if you want to find the perfect summer job. Summer hiring is already underway, and teens would do well to start applying for summer positions now.
Tips for finding your next job. Job hunting website links.
It’s been a good year for all kinds of seasonal employment. It terms of employment, the difference between this December and last couldn’t be more stark. Seasonal or holiday employment is up, but plenty of folks are getting temp jobs that are plugging the gap until something full-time opens up.
What do you do when you’re 40 and suddenly unemployed and perhaps unemployable? What about when you’re 50 and realize you’re not happy in your job? Although it’s tough to do, two people changed their lives and completely changed careers and ended up doing better than they ever imagined.
What kind of home office is the most likely to bring you success in your job? Home offices now include computers and the latest electronics and in many cases they’re no longer in basements. Home offices with good lighting and good ventilation may help you when you have a job at home.
The job market is looking bleaker, but many experts say the unemployment numbers don’t even tell the full story as many unemployed people have simply given up looking for a job. However, if you are still looking for a job, don’t give up hope. Many job postings have migrated to the internet. Take your job search to the web, and the next posting could be your next career.