How to Survive a Long Job Search
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2013
If you’ve been looking for work for an extended period of time, you know how frustrating it is. What can you do to change things up and make sure you aren’t getting yourself stuck in a bad situation and facing a long job search? Long Job Search Survival Tips You’ve heard the statistics: Managers prefer to hire people who already have jobs. The long-term unemployed face steep odds. Some 5.4 million people have been out of...
Is LinkedIn an Important Job Search Tool?
by Louise Garver - Apr, 2013
Just when I thought most all executives knew the importance of having a LinkedIn profile during job search, I ran into Fletch Jones (not his real name). Fletch doesn’t have a LinkedIn profile, nor does he think it is important. In fact, he told me he was a very private person and stayed away from social media altogether. I asked him how that was working for him, and he said (and I quote), “No one is contacting me. I do not lik...
Is Your Brand Preventing You From Job Search Success? - 5 Tips
by Louise Garver - Apr, 2013
Several sources are reporting that the economy is on the upswing, and the job market is opening up. New federal data recently recorded the biggest year-over-year unemployment decline. California and Rhode Island tied for highest unemployment rate (9.8%), while North Dakota reported the lowest unemployment rate of any state (3.3%) in the U.S. Are you experiencing more activity in your job search? Are recruiters and hiring ma...
Selective Networking as a Job Search Tool
by Georgia Adamson - Apr, 2013
You’ve probably read one or more articles about how to “work a room” and talk to as many people as possible in a networking event when you’re conducting a job search. I know I’ve seen a lot of them published. However, maybe it’s not so much of a numbers game after all. At least, that’s the premise of a recent article by Eric Holtzclaw, “Why Networking Doesn’t Work.” Selective Networking–What It Is and Is Not Selective ne...
Three Reasons Why You Should Have a Blog
by Rich Jones - Apr, 2013
Blogging ain’t easy. It’s time-consuming, requires a good command of English, and forces you to put yourself out there for public consumption. Quite frankly, it can be scary. But when you compare this to the job search, it’s not much different. You have to spend time reviewing job descriptions, doing research and submitting your application. You gotta have a resume and cover letter free of grammatical and spelling mistakes tha...
Understanding Interviewing Failure
by Ken Sundheim - Apr, 2013
There are 100's of reasons that our sales and marketing recruiters see an interview fail. But, contrary to popular belief, not all outcomes are the interviewer's faults. Below, we list 10 reasons for understanding interviewing failure: Prevention via Understanding Interviewing Failure 1. The interviewer has not done his or her research on the company - When the interviewer has not done his or her research on the compa...
Bridging the Gap, Improving the Emotional Connection at Work
by Marshall Brown - Apr, 2013
Bridging the Gap, Improving the Emotional Connection at Work Overwork, anxiety and lack of challenge and recognition has colored the overall emotional connection of workers to their jobs during the economic recession of the past few years, according to a Towers Perrin study. Workers’ attitudes are going to need more than just an economic recovery to emerge feeling positive about their work life. Here are some pointers g...
Social Media Don’ts for Job Seekers
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2013
Whether we like it or not, our social media profiles are part of our digital resume. In the same way we stay glued to Facebook for updates from our friends, family, and favorite celebrities, employers look at our social media profiles for clues into our character and qualifications. Strengthen the likelihood of landing the job you want by avoiding these social media don’ts for job seekers: Don’t post questionable photos or...
How to be “Interview Ready”
by Barbara Safani - Apr, 2013
You only get one shot at making a first impression. Small mishaps that might be overlooked if they happen occasionally when you are already an employee are considered big mishaps during a job interview where there is no previous behavior to compare the interview behavior to. Here are 5 things to remember on interview day. 1. Arrive at the interview destination 10-15 minutes early. Cutting it too close to the scheduled time or...
How Age & Experience Can Help You Land A Job
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Apr, 2013
A plethora of articles are written about the value of boomers looking younger and behaving more youthfully to succeed in the perceived (and sometimes very real) youth culture of job search. This runs the gamut from dressing more hip, brightening dreary hair, honing your tech savvy, and going from flabby to fit. Many of these tips are crucial to remaining competitive in a particularly tough job market. Unfortunately, this...
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