Posts Tagged ‘Job opportunities’
August 28th, 2015 |
5 WAYS TO SHAVE TIME OFF YOUR JOB SEARCH
Are you interested in shortening the length of your job search? Would you be interested in learning how to job search most effectively? Then read on.
August 7th, 2015 |
4 SMART WAYS TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH THE ATS
By now you should know that resumes are not usually seen initially by a real person. They are scanned into a database, and then a recruiter searches the database (ATS) by keyword to find the perfect candidate.
That means that no matter how dazzling your resume looks, the ATS will not be impressed. When the recruiter does the search, the only thing that matters is whether or not the ATS decides that you make the cut.
June 5th, 2015 |
7 THINGS YOU MUST SAY TO GET HIRED
Have you ever wondered what employers really want to hear? What goes into their decision making process? How do you know if you are making a convincing argument that you are the best person for the job?
March 23rd, 2015 |
3 TIPS FOR TAILORING YOUR RESUME FOR A LEADERSHIP POSITION
Perhaps you are at the point in your career where you want to move into management. You have a good track record as an individual contributor, but how do you make the leap into a management position? How do you convince management that you are ready to join their ranks? Your resume needs to show [...]
February 20th, 2015 |
7 REASONS YOU DIDN’T GET THE JOB OFFER
One of the most frustrating things about conducting a job search is that when you don’t get the job, employers will usually not tell you what happened. At best you will receive a form letter that thanks you for your interest and informs you that they selected someone else.
But here are some likely reasons that you didn’t receive the job offer after the interview:
December 19th, 2014 |
6 CAREER RISKS THAT AREN’T WORTH THE RISK
A calculated risk can pay off handsomely. For example, if you take on a high-visibility project that you have the skills and the resources to accomplish, it can position you well to another step in your career. In the best case scenario, it could lead to a promotion. But conversely, there are risks that are not worth taking that can derail your career, temporarily or permanently.
Here are some career risks that you should not take:
October 24th, 2014 |
WARNING! BAD BOSS AHEAD!
According to research, the number one reason that workers leave their jobs is because of their bosses. As the saying goes, “People don’t leave their jobs. They leave their bosses.”
You may wonder then if there is any way to determine at the job interview if the interviewer (your potential boss) will be someone that you want to work for or run from. After all, your boss has the potential to make or break you at work.