This is an article written by a colleague of mine, Mike Mara which I like to bring out in time for the holidays. The end of the year isn’t only a great season feast with family or shop for gifts for your loved ones; it’s also a good time to find yourself a new job. […]
Category: Job Search Tips
Hiring managers “when they are considering you for a job they are going to the Internet to see what comes up. If you have nothing show up, you are not relevant”
Outplacement does not have to be a burden on an employer. In the ebb and flow of business, inevitably and employer must face staff reductions. Long-term, loyal employees are no longer able to be employed. Decision-makers must identify ways to make the transition easier. Often outplacement services are engaged which can be expensive, however; there […]
Progress in employment increases has brought the total number of employed in the US to pre-recession levels.
No matter where you studied and which school or college you studied, it doesn’t matter how much experience you have, and whom you know in Industry–if you aren’t able to answers to interview questions in interview successfully, you won’t get the job.
Saving $50 on a resume may seem like a great deal, but if it takes a week longer to work, you could be out a week’s pay or if it doesn’t work right, you could miss opportunities which in the long run could pay you hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Regardless of the level of the position a company wants to fill, its motivation will always be this: to hire someone who will save them time and money. Your goal is to make your services so attractive that the firm has no choice but to hire you in order to save time and money.
Finding a job may not always be easy but it certainly isn’t hopeless. A common misconception among job seekers is that there just isn’t enough employment out there right now to go around. However, the jobs are out there, and new positions continue to open up every day.