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Either way, there are specific things you can do to ensure your experience working with a recruiter to find your next job is as successful as possible. Following are five tips to help you get started in building a positive relationship with a recruiter. 1.
Google Alerts is a fine tool provided free by Google for monitoring your online presence. It is very useful for anyone in to Personal Branding as you get alerts sent to you as soon as you are mentioned somewhere on the Internet. Other uses for Google Alerts would be to monitor news about your company, competitors, share prices, weather warnings and so forth. One often overlooked use of this tool is to monitor employers and what new job openings they post, this little article will teach you how to do this. Instead of having to check job boards every day, simply set up an alert for the companies you are interested in and let this tool do the rest for you.
Si vous avez déjà été, ou êtes, à la recherche d’un emploi, vous savez à quel point il est long et fastidieux de créer et gérer ses curriculum vitae pour qu’ils soient parfaitement adaptés au poste que vous convoitez. CV Maker est une application web qui vous simplifiera la vie. CV Maker propose ainsi gratuitement ses services de générateur de CV.
31 mars 2011 Croissance verte : réalité ou effet d'annonce ? 23 % d’électricité produite à partir d’énergies renouvelables d’ici 2020 : c’est l’objectif ambitieux que s’est fixé la France dans le cadre du Grenelle de l’Environnement. La réalisation de cet objectif va requérir des efforts importants, qui devraient s’accompagner de réelles perspectives pour l’emploi.
Dear Lifehacker, Finding a job is tough! How can I market myself and my skills without resorting to an old, boring paper resume? I've seen a lot of webapps designed to help create an eye-catching nameplate site, but which will do the best job of getting me noticed and showing off my work? Sincerely, Job Hunter Dear Hunter, One of the best ways to get your name and portfolio out there is to set up a site that potential employers can visit to see your work.
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You nailed your first job interview and they've asked you to come for another. It's a great feeling, but at the same time, it also means you have to go through that whole process again. Here's how to nail that second interview and bring something new to the table. The second job interview is typically all about getting to know you on both a personal and professional level. When you're interviewed, your prospective employer wants to know if you can handle the details of the job, and if you're going to fit in with the company in general.
Over the course of his career, Dave Fecak has scheduled thousands of interviews at a wide array of companies and organizations. In that time, he has learned that while no two managers look for the exact same set of skills or behaviors, recognizable patterns emerge when a candidate isn't offered the job. The examples of feedback below are things I have heard repeatedly over the years, and tend to be the leading causes of failed interviews across industries. Candidate has wide breadth but little depth – The ‘jack of all trades' response is not uncommon, particularly for folks that have perhaps bounced from job to job a little too much. Having experience working in diverse environments is almost always a positive, but only if you are there long enough to take some deeper skills and experience away with you. Companies will seek depth in at least some subset of your overall skill set.
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Most hiring managers these days face a stack of qualified resumes for every open position they have, and the cover letter is a good chance to stand out in a personal way. Use the opportunity to tout your skills, not your ego, and you stand a better chance at surviving the first cut. Over at Wise Bread, a number of hiring managers chime in about things they hate seeing in cover letters. One points out you should avoid claiming you're the "ideal candidate," because you haven't seen the applicant pool. Another suggests you shouldn't play up that you're a "hard worker," because it implies you may substitute learning and improvement for raw effort.
Modernizing your resume may help you stand out above other job applicants and show off your tech-savviness and skills. This infographic offers tips on sprucing up a traditional resume as well as creating a digital one. Besides advice like leveraging a digital resume's strengths by including multimedia and hyperlinks to promote yourself uniquely, the infographic has nice tips of formatting. Using the Georgia typeface on your digital resume will be easier to read than Times New Roman. You'll also want to adjust line spacing for easy readability.