Job seekers frequently suffer from telephone phobia. Understanding job search telephone etiquette and knowing how to use the telephone effectively during your job search will make help keep your
The job search interview: it's one of the most important but least understood aspects of looking for a job. The single most important thing you can do to get
According to ExecuNet in their 2012 Executive Job Market Intelligence Report, 59% of executive recruiters are “confident” or “very confident” that employment opportunities for executives will open up over the
A great cover letter, recommendation, or resume might get you in the door, but it’s the interview that will keep you there. A prospective employer wants to know that
There’s a lot of focus on preparing your resume to get a job interview: which keywords to use, which accomplishments to include or exclude, and which format to apply.
Has civility completely become a lost art? Think about it. The anonymity of social media tools on the internet enables people to say virtually anything they want, no matter how
Once upon a time, the key to getting a job was nailing the job interview. Well, okay, perhaps that still is the key. What has changed, however, is what
Okay, so you've been fired. It happens, even to some very interesting and successful people. Perhaps you saw it coming. Perhaps you didn't (which is a topic for another time).
Once upon a time, job searching basically meant perusing the Classifieds, sending a resume and cover letter, waiting for the phone to ring and sitting through one or more interview
The job interview is over. You rerun it in your mind, probably repeatedly. In so doing, however, you're actually distracting yourself from taking steps that may still impact whether you