This is the question that is on the mind of 90% of the prospective clients who reach out to us for our expert resume writing help. Maybe you have been offered a job that you know isn't quite right. Should you take it? Should you hold out? Maybe you don't have a job in mind yet,
Job searching can feel like a never-ending quest. The seemingly unending polish of your resume and cover letter, and relentless searching for position postings that match most (if not all) of your career must-haves. It can be exasperating to not hear back from the companies you originally thought would call you within minutes of your
So you've finally been called to interview for that job you're dying to get. Or maybe you have an informational interview lined up or will be attending a networking event next week. You've researched the industry, the company, confirmed that your references will provide glowing recommendations, and prepared a list of questions you'll ask when given the
Are your job references holding you back or helping you in your job search? Do you know when to submit your job references? Do you know what to avoid and what to do when it comes to your references? Who should you ask to serve as references for you? Are some people better than others?
"Google it"! How often have you heard that? Whether it's to do some research, find directions, check show times or settle a bet, you've probably used the "googlelator" to find information about one thing or another. But have you ever used Google for assistance with your job search? If so, you know how much help
Networking throughout your career is essential, and no more so than when you are job searching. The exact percentage varies depending on the source, survey after survey shows that the vast majority of newly employed individuals found their new job via word of mouth and networking. The simple facts are: if you are serious about
Looking for work can itself feel like a full-time job. Gone are the days when one only had to review the classified ads, call for an appointment or simply just drop by the hiring employer and speak to someone about the job (yes, this actually used to happen!). Today there are recruiters, job boards on
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Do you Tweet? If not, maybe you should, especially if you are trying to find a new job. Perhaps it would be misleading to say that as a job searcher you MUST be on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, or other social and business networking sites. But, assuming that you use social media in appropriate and professional
Is your job search taking longer than you expected? Are you having difficulty getting hired? Is it possible that a simple change in a job search technique might help? In the slideshow below, learn some common job hunting mistakes to avoid in order to propel your job search to success.
If you have ever looked for a job when job openings are scarce, you know how frustrating it can be. But there are still strategies that can be used to find a job even when it seems there are no job openings available. Learn how to get hired even when there are no job openings
Have you Googled yourself lately? If you are in the process of job search, you might want to check your online image and review the search results that recruiters will see if they search you online. In this slideshow, learn why your online identity is so important to your job search.