If you missed the post Networking: Who, What, When, Where and Why?, you may want to read it first! Â In summary, networking is your best tool to find a job and to find information that you’ll need to land a job. Â Even if you realize that networking is important, it can still be intimidating… Obstacles […]
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Finding a job may seem overwhelming. You need to: Know what you want to do.Ã‚Â Create a great resume that shows how you can do it.Ã‚Â Find opportunities that may not be advertised. Generate opportunities for yourself that may not exist otherwise! That is where networking comes in.Ã‚Â NetworkingÃ‚Â recognizes that relationshipsÃ‚Â are the crux of the […]
Are you a workaholic?
In Five Signals that You May Be a Workaholic, an article by Dana Mattioli for Career Journal.com,, she outlines several criteria to help determine if you are, indeed, a workaholic, or if you are just doing your job.Â The criteria: You are preoccupied with work.Â You are always dwelling on your job and can’t “turn […]
To thine own self be true…
Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone who worked had the luxury of spending their work hours doing something that they enjoyed and was true to their values and skills? If you are considering a new career, have you done any thinking about how that career intersects with who you are (or want to be)?
It is so important for you to know what you have to offer when you are looking for a job!Ã‚Â Transferable skills are a great avenue for marketing yourself into a new job or career.Ã‚Â These skills, when used to your advantage, can open doors and present opportunities that may have seemed unattainable. Keppie Careers’ […]