Land That Job
Tools to help in all aspects of your job search process including resume tips, interview skills, and more.
The resume--and other details of the job hunt--certainly are changing. Resumes are morphing into a combination of digital identity and the traditional summary of work experience and skills. And perhaps what has changed the most is how your work history affects your job hunt.
Are you already using LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook to help in your career search? It's time to add Google+ to your arsenal of social media tools for the job hunt. As with the other three, your ability to use Google+ effectively is essential to your long-term success.
Whether you are just starting your professional life, a seasoned pro looking to make a savvy career move, between jobs, or simply feeling the need to move on, the quality of your job hunt will determine your level of success.
Do you know what actions might put the kibosh on your quest? Here are 10 job-hunting mistakes to avoid.
Don't get stumped by this common interview question! Answer "no", and you might as well start looking for another job. So why do interviewers ask if you have any questions? They want to find out three important things.
Take charge of the interview
The successful job search all boils down to one word - synergy.Synergy is defined as "the interaction of two or more agents so that their combined effect is greater than the sum of their individual effects."Synergy explains the difference between John, Paul, George and Ringo (individual musicians) and The Beatles (a magical combination). Here's how to create synergy and job search magic, in 5 easy steps.
Welcome to the world of the off-the-wall interview question weird, wacky, gimmicky, and off-beat "wild card" questions that seem to have nothing to do with your ability to handle a job. If they're irrelevant to job performance, why do employers ask them?
Companies have become more in tune with digging deeper into an applicants background so that complicated and embarrassing situations do not happen.
Here are 5 tips to protect yourself and prove your past.
To boost your know-like-and-trust factor in your job interviews, it's vital you know how to encourage potential employers to hire you in a way that's ethical, full of integrity and authentically you.
Here are three tips to help get you started.
Have you ever gone through the interview process, felt confident that you'd performed extremely well, and then heard these dreadful words: "I'm sorry, but we feel you're overqualified for this position."
When interviewers say you are "overqualified," here's what they are concerned about.
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