Under-the-Radar Strategies To Keep Your Job Search A Secret
by Michelle Dumas - Jan, 2013
Seeking employment is a challenge, even during the best of times. It’s often said that looking for a full time job is itself a full time job, one that requires a great deal of time, persistence and creativity. If you happen to be unemployed, of course, you likely have time in abundance. But what if you already have a job and want to find a new or different (and hopefully better) position? Taking it a step further, what if...
4 Types Of Job Attitudes – Which One Are You?
by Mary Sherwood Sevinsky - Jan, 2013
Did you know there are different types of job attitudes? Find out which one you are! Attitude | Noun 1.The way a person thinks and behaves 2.A position of the body 3.Informal a hostile manner 4.The orientation of an aircraft or spacecraft in relation to some plane or direction [Latin aptus apt] FACT: Attitude = Effectiveness And Success On-The-Job Thinking and behaving (attitude) influence the world aroun...
How to Meet and Influence People You Don't Know
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2013
One of the most important factors you probably aren't considering in your job hunt is how important it is to influence what people you do not know think of you. What? You need to worry about people you don't know? Absolutely—it's probably the most overlooked job-search step you aren't doing anything about. Of course, there is a catch: your goal is to increase the number of people who know, like, and trust you. You should i...
4 Tips to Ace the Pre-Screen Phone Interview
by Louise Garver - Jan, 2013
When you get that call from the recruiter or hiring manager that they would like to set up a phone interview, pat yourself on the back. You have made it to the first step. But, don’t think this a relaxed and laid-back conversation. This is a very important phone call because the interviewer will be developing a profile on you. You will be judged on your attitude, personality, ability to communicate effectively, and how well yo...
Getting Out of Your Own Way to Write a Good Resume
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Jan, 2013
Everyone has a story to tell, and by digging deep, you can unearth gems that sparkle and gleam, attracting even the weariest hiring manager's attention. Sadly, however, most people don't know how to excavate their precious-stone stories, and the result is lackluster content. A marketing-driven resume must be color-rich, clear, and strong enough to bear the heavy—often unforgiving—weight of the resume-vetting process. T...
3 Steps to Clarify Your Career Direction
by Kim Meninger - Jan, 2013
One of the greatest challenges facing employed and unemployed professionals alike is lack of a clear career direction. Most professionals focus narrowly on their daily work and fail to think more broadly about their long-term career goals. They do not stop to consider whether the steps they are taking today are likely to lead them to their desired levels of career success and satisfaction in the future. Having a clear ca...
How to Create An Engaging Resume That Won’t Bore the Employer
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jan, 2013
I hate to say it, but the attention span of hiring managers seems to be getting shorter. In fact, I was speaking with an executive-level employer the other day (who regularly reviews resumes), and he commented about how quickly he can scan through a stack of resumes and choose the candidates he plans to call. He admitted that it really is an unfair process—that so many job seekers are judged solely by the quality and presentat...
How Are You Going to Get a New Job for the New Year?
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2013
One thing that hasn't changed with the new calendar: If you want a new job, you're going to have to take some action to get one. The sit-back-and-wait technique is low-impact, but usually doesn't yield results. If you're hoping for a new job in the new year, make sure you keep the following in mind: You need to know what you offer. It's a cliché to say, "If you don't know what you offer, no one else will know it either," bu...
7 Ways to Make Sure They Read Your Cover Letter
by Marcia Robinson - Jan, 2013
Your cover letter plays a really important role in a successful job search; but only if it gets read. What is the point of writing a cover letter if no one is going to read it? Doing the following things will increase the chances that recruiters read your cover letter when it is submitted as part of a job application. Keep your cover letter the right length. Except for a few industries including higher education and mayb...
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