Archive | job search

Make Updating Your Resume Way Easier With This Very Smart Tip

You’re looking for a new job, so it’s time to update the ol’ resume. But when you try to describe your last position, you stare off into space thinking, “Wait, what did I do, exactly?” Well, who’s better than describing the duties of your role than the employer itself?Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

Continue Reading

How to Find Your Dream Job Without Waiting for a Listing

Let’s not sugarcoat it: Searching for a job can be awful. It’s a little like apartment hunting. Or partner hunting. You have to sift through a lot of unattractive options for one gem in the rough. But there are much better, more effective, and sanity-saving ways to find appealing jobs that don’t involve refreshing…Read more… […]

Continue Reading

How to Find Your Dream Job Without Waiting for a Listing

Let’s not sugarcoat it: Searching for a job can be awful. It’s a little like apartment hunting. Or partner hunting. You have to sift through a lot of unattractive options for one gem in the rough. But there are much better, more effective, and sanity-saving ways to find appealing jobs that don’t involve refreshing…Read more… […]

Continue Reading

How to Find Your Dream Job Without Waiting for a Listing

Let’s not sugarcoat it: Searching for a job can be awful. It’s a little like apartment hunting. Or partner hunting. You have to sift through a lot of unattractive options for one gem in the rough. But there are much better, more effective, and sanity-saving ways to find appealing jobs that don’t involve refreshing…Read more… […]

Continue Reading

How to Predict and Prepare for Layoffs

Nobody is immune to layoffs. Whether you’re an executive or an entry-level hire, layoffs can—and probably will—affect you at some point in your career. Consultants and freelancers have a bit of a buffer thanks to their multiple income streams, but when their industry suffers, they suffer too. (There’s nothing like…Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

Continue Reading

How to Look for a Job on Twitter and Facebook

Job searches are already a complicated stress-maze of multiple sites, searches, and alerts, so you might think it’s bad news that you also need to expand your search to social media. But actually, Twitter and Facebook can be a relatively (relatively) pleasant part of the job search process.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

Continue Reading

See Salary Ranges and Commute Times with Google’s Improved Job Search Tool

Looking for work is stressful, especially when you think about toggling between the various job sites you’ll have to scour for the right gig (not to mention all the attendant resume tweaking) . To help, Google’s updating its recently launched Google for Jobs service, allowing job seekers to glean more information…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

Continue Reading

How to Survive Panel Job Interviews

A one-on-one job interview is stressful enough, add to that three to five other people all sitting across from you and firing questions your way and you have some people’s worst nightmare. It’s no one’s idea of a good time, but with a little preparation and practice, you come across as a confident, excellent candidate…Read […]

Continue Reading

How to Survive Panel Job Interviews

A one-on-one job interview is stressful enough, add to that three to five other people all sitting across from you and firing questions your way and you have some people’s worst nightmare. It’s no one’s idea of a good time, but with a little preparation and practice, you come across as a confident, excellent candidate…Read […]

Continue Reading