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This week’s question isn’t so much a particular one as it is a collection of questions I’ve been getting around one central theme: recruiters. How do I work with them? When should I work with them?
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A job search can, at times, become overwhelming with all the things that need to get done! That point had become very real to me the last couple of weeks as my schedule has become crazy with my business, in addition to outside and family obligations. Unfortunately things fall behind and fall through the cracks… like writing my weekly posts! The same is true when you’re searching for a job.
Step 1: Set a Specific Job Goal The benefit of setting a goal far outweighs the detriment of not having one. It only takes a few moments to write down what you hope to accomplish in your job search. You can’t afford not to do it.
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“My job search is stuck in the mud. I know I need to fix it, but I’m feeling overwhelmed and I’ve got no energy left.
Two construction workers sat down to lunch. Worker #1 took out his turkey sandwich and eagerly started eating. Worker #2 tentatively opened his first sandwich.
By Mona Abdel-Halim Looking for a job can be a long and difficult process.
I didn’t say this was going to be a happy post. But sometimes looking at the darker sides of a career, we can learn how to improve it. Avoid the potholes in the future.
Many times when a client comes in to ask for assistance, the first item they want to ask is if I think this is the right job for them.
Most candidates begin their job search online; but did you know that the majority of the jobs in the United States and other countries are never advertised online?
If you are a college student looking for a job or internship your resume can look just like everyone else's and that can make your job search challenging. What can you do is to get your resume noticed when all the candidates are basically equal when it comes to their educational background? First of all, you can, and should, do more than just go to class. Add as much experience to your resume as you can - volunteer, intern, work, and/or join school clubs and organizations. Getting additional experience will not only bolster your resume.
We were all moved, and many of us shaken, by the loss of Steve Jobs last week.