Tips for remote job interviews
Nowadays, more people want to find tips for remote job interviews. The coronavirus pandemic’s effects didn’t stay in public health as we can feel its impact on every aspect of daily life.
15 Job Search Strategies That Work
Here are some key tactics to help you succeed in your job search.
8 Smart Questions to Ask in a Job Interview, According to Career Experts
Job interviews can be nerve-wracking, but like most things in life, showing up prepared makes a huge difference. “Prepared” includes knowing what questions to ask in a job interview—not just getting ready to field your interviewer’s questions to you.
The biggest mistakes you can make while job hunting, according to recruiters
Americans are quitting jobs at record rates, meaning the business of hiring is getting more demanding by the day.
6 Life-Changing Career Tips From The Co-Authors Of The Little Book To Land Your Dream Job
By setting benchmarks and using a very careful, thoughtful, almost rigorous methodology, the Little Book to Land Your Dream Job takes an unconventional and highly effective approach to change what work means by reframing how you understand your career.
The Economic Rebound Is Still Waiting for Workers
Despite school reopenings and the end of some federal aid, many people are in no rush to land a job. Savings and health concerns are playing a role.
How to Job Hunt (When You’re Already Exhausted)
When you’re already worn out from working full time, caring for family, and managing this new way of “Covid being,” it’s hard to muster up the energy to jump into a job hunt or consider changing careers. Incorporating these five coaching and change management principles into your job search will help you stay motivated throughout what can feel like a grueling process even at the best of times. First, give some thought to why you actually want a new job, and why you want it now. Next, use visualization techniques when exhaustion or false narratives take over. Then, create a plan and follow it methodically. Next, let go of the things you can’t control. Finally, prepare for the inevitable emotional ups and downs.
Hiring managers’ top 3 resume pet peeves—and how to avoid them
Resumes are a vital part of the job search — but even one small mistake on your CV could cost you an interview.
99% of large companies use resume-scanning software — how to make sure yours beats the bots
Research from resume writing service TopResume found that 43 percent of job applicants have submitted resumes that were not compatible with ATS software.
This chart shows the 6 stages of career growth. Where are you now?
Understanding these stages of growth can help you keep track of where you’ve been, where you are, where you’re going, and where you ultimately want to end up.
There are just 4 essential skills to add to your resume to find remote work in 2021
New skills are needed to work efficiently with remote teams and to be as productive as possible.
If You Never Met Your Co-Workers in Person, Did You Even Work There?
As the pandemic drags on, more people are beginning and leaving new jobs without once seeing their colleagues face-to-face, leading to an easy-come, easy-go attitude toward workplaces.
If You’re Searching For A New Job In September, Here’s What You Need To Know
If you are contemplating getting a new job, now is a good time to start. Start by speaking with your boss to discuss your career goals and ambitions. Depending upon her answers, you may need to start looking.
10 Career Tips For Recent Grads Entering The Post-Pandemic Job Market
Young Entrepreneur Council members offer their best advice to grads starting their careers in the post-pandemic job market.
6 Tips for Getting a New Job
There is a major labor shortage happening in the United States right now. There are many reasons why this might be the case, but regardless of the circumstance, this could be an excellent opportunity for many working Americans.
What Is The Great Resignation And How Will This Affect Job Seekers?
Career coach and LinkedIn expert (Linked Into Jobs); author and founder of The Job Search School. Learn how to find your dream job.
How to pitch yourself in 2 minutes or less—and nail your dream job
This executive placement expert advises to hone a personal narrative that captures your career story at its most concise and memorable level.
10 Keys To A Successful Job Search
There are job search strategies that will help you stand out from the crowd.
Employers Need To Tread Carefully On The Road Back To Office Working
In some ways the coming weeks and months are likely to be more difficult for organizations and employees than the past year or so has been. With governments increasingly intent on opening up economies effectively closed down by the pandemic, uncertainty is rife.
13 Signs You’re Applying For The Wrong Jobs
Here are a few signs you might be making the mistake of applying for the wrong jobs.
The Art of Working From Home
Here are some helpful tips and strategies to ensure that your productivity increases and you're maximizing your potential from the home office.
Avoid these 7 résumé mistakes if you want a job interview
Anyone looking for a job these days knows the path to an interview is paved with more than its share of challenges. The most challenging step for many is résumé preparation. That’s because CVs are screened by a bot and often by a time-pressed recruiter. If you fail to impress, it could be curtains.
How to Navigate a New Job When You're Fully Remote, According to Career Experts
Businesses across all industries are also reimagining their work-away approach, with some forgoing headquarters altogether. Many are finding hybrid solutions, and others are delaying any decisions until 2022. If you find yourself starting a new job right about now, you are likely facing a unique challenge: being a new employee remotely.
3 Body Language Tips For Job Interviews
Body language can enhance what you’re saying or it can contradict it. Non-verbal cues are just as powerful, and sometimes more so, than the words you say. In a job interview, you need to pay as much attention to your body language as you do to the answers you give.
10 rules for successful networking
Networking is built progressively, and you can do it through social networks, especially those aimed at the professional market.
6 simple mistakes that can sabotage your job search
A seasoned career recruiter who has interviewed close to 10,000 job candidates shares the most common mistakes that trip up job seekers.
Job hunt: 5 tips to write a better resume
In a competitive job market, you have only a brief opportunity to stand out. Consider these expert tips to get your resume to the top of the pile
Quitting Your Job? Finding a New Career Path Can Be a Challenge
There aren’t a lot of resources to point you in the right direction, says the former head of the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
How a pandemic is spurring many to consider career change
After more than a year of managing work, ZOOM sessions and staying connected from home, one in four employees are considering a leap to a new career, Prudential Financial’s Pulse of the American Worker survey says.
7 Steps to Find and Use the Perfect Resume Writing Service From Start to Finish
You will be asked to pick your plan before anything else, so this is our first step.
Your job search won’t go well without this one thing
If you’re looking for a new job, this one thing will serve you every step of the way.
8 Pieces of Job-Hunting Advice That Are No Longer Relevant
While many pieces of job-hunting advice are timeless, some of the tips you’ve heard in the past may not hold true in a post-pandemic market. To avoid being stymied by guidance that has become obsolete, here are some once-valid job-hunting tips that may no longer apply to searches for technologist positions.
When Job References Still Make Sense Before Hiring
They’re a less popular way to vet job candidates than they used to be, but some bosses won’t finish a search without them
Your Approach to Hiring Is All Wrong
Outsourcing and algorithms won’t get you the people you need. by Peter Cappelli
The U.S. Education System Isn’t Giving Students What Employers Need by Michael Hansen
There’s a direct disconnect between education and employability in the U.S., where employers view universities and colleges as the gatekeepers of workforce talent, yet those same institutions aren’t prioritizing job skills and career readiness. This not only hurts employers, but also sets the average American worker up for failure before they’ve even begun their career, as new employees who have been hired based on their four-year educational background often lack the actual skills needed to perform in their role. To create change as an industry, we must provide greater credibility to alternate education paths that allow students to gain employable skills. Now is the time for employers to increase credibility for skills-based hiring, to remove stigmas around vocational education, and to move forward to create equal opportunities for all students.
From Seeking Out To Becoming Sought After: Three Trends To Help You Fast-Track Your Career
It seems everyone wants more money, a higher designation, a better job and fulfillment. But only those who proactively track the trends and act on them get those things in reality.
5 Ways to Help Your Résumé Get Seen by a Recruiter
Tips to help you get past 'hiring bots' and other applicant tracking software
The New Rules for Landing a Job in the Covid Era
The coronavirus pandemic has put millions of Americans out of work, but people are still getting hired. Here’s how to join them.
Tips for Demonstrating Leadership Skills on Your Resume
Regardless of the field that you work in, incorporating leadership skills on your resume is a crucial step in making sure your application is noticed by employers. While technical and field-specific skills are important, employers want to know that the person they hire is going to be an effective employee who works well with others. Some examples of leadership skills that can and should be included on your resume are:
Networking Makes a Comeback for the Class of 2021
As hiring rebounds, trawling job-listing sites is out; making personal connections is in
Job Search Strategies After a Career Pause or Job Loss
The latest jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that in December 2020, the U.S. economy lost a net of 140,000 jobs – all of which women accounted for. Meanwhile, men gained 16,000 jobs. These numbers are staggering and sobering. Career transition experts Nancy McSharry Jensen and Sarah Duenwald, authors of "Back to Business: Finding Your Confidence, Embracing Your Skills, and Landing Your Dream Job After a Career Pause," explain how this hurts the entire workforce and offer advice and actionable strategies for job seekers to combat these realities and move forward.
Three winning job search strategies
The best way to get a job, according to experts at the Career Thought Leaders’ symposium
7 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Your Job Search
As a job seeker, you’re most likely spending all your time scouring the Web for employment opportunities. But did you know a majority of openings are never advertised online? Probably not.
Economic Growth Is Set to Surge. Hiring Might Not Keep Up
U.S. employers might have trouble hiring workers fast enough in coming months to keep up with the projected burst of economic growth.
Ensuring Job Fit Is Even More Important For Remote Hires: How Hiring Managers Can Secure The Best Candidates
Eric Friedman is the Founder and CEO of eSkill, a global leader in skills testing and behavioral assessment solutions for employers.