Only you can decide what skills and abilities best represent what you have to offer and the direction you desire to take in your job search. Your search should reflect you.
You are a unique individual. Your work history is as unique as you are. It follows that your job search should reflect your uniqueness as well. While aspects of your search will be similar to that of others, other aspects will be yours alone.
Job searching at its best can be very complicated, and if you’re conducting your search correctly, there are a lot of things to keep track of and manage, such as…
Job hunting can be such a challenge, especially if the process goes on for weeks or months without results. It’s easy to understand why you could start feeling discouraged…
You’re looking for a job…you’ll send out resumés, and go for interviews, is it really necessary to have an elevator pitch too?
You may have the right skills, the right experience and the right personality for the job you’re searching for, but what good is it going to do you if the right people don’t know about you?
In the last several years, the job search has changed quite a bit. The internet has given it a whole new approach for both those who are searching and those who are hiring. It often leaves job seekers wondering where to begin.
More and more in our world of technology, employers are conducting video job interviews rather than in-person interviews. It’s up to you to prepare and present yourself in the best possible way!
When you give your résumé to a potential employer, what exactly should you be handing him/her? What should it reflect? How should it present who you are? How in-depth should it be? What should or shouldn’t it include?
What you say during your job interview will play such an important part in whether or not you are hired for the position you are applying for. in fact, everything you say can either help or hinder your chances.