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?
Tag Archives | Job searching
As a job seeker, do you feel you have to do your job search all on your own, or do you understand there is help available, and where you can go to find it?
Are you feeling down because you are facing the dilemma of an employment search? Does it keep you awake at night? This is how you can face it with confidence…
You’ve done your investigating to locate job opportunities, applied for ones where you feel you fit, diligently participated in interviews, and now have offers to respond to…Who do you trust to make that decision for you?
Do you have questions and decisions you need help with for your job search? Where can you find the answers you are looking for?
If your job search is feeling more and more like a roller coaster, but not as fun, and all you really want to do is get off…consider the lessons you can learn from Elijah’s life:
The unemployment figures are staggering. Job prospects are bleak. Job listings are dismal. Is there reason to hope? Is there reason to believe that you can survive, that you will have a future? The answer is a resounding, “Yes!”
Competition…It seems there are so many things in life where you are competing with someone or something. Competition…It seems there are so many things in life where you are competing with someone or something. how do you deal with it?
The pain you feel from being rejected from a position after a job interview is real. It’s very real. It hurts. It raises self-doubts. How do you overcome those feelings and move on to future success?
How difficult is your job search? Is it humbling and painful? Do you feel less than qualified to secure that new job and leave the ranks of the unemployed? Consider this…