As a job seeker, you probably spend a lot of time trying to “find a job.” That assumes there is a job sitting out there waiting for you and that you can rise above the competition to land it. Another option is to look for problems you can solve at organizations and convince employers to […]
One of my favorite things to do is answer questions from reporters about how job seekers and small business owners can use social media. I just found these notes I made when a The Wall Street Journal reporterÂ asked for my thoughts about using technology for job search, and I thought they were worth sharing!
Do you win a blue ribbon at your interviews? John Kalusa is a nationally recognized writer who speaks about corporate sales, recruiting, and personal career management. With over 25 years of experience as a strategic recruiting, human resources, and sales and marketing management leader in start-ups and Fortune 250 companies.
Looking for a job? There’s no question volunteering helps you expand your network, and networking is always key for job seekers.
Are you “shadow face” on LinkedIn? An “egghead” on Twitter? Do you use a symbol or a picture of your dog as your avatar? Now is the time to rethink your plans about your online image. According to LinkedIn spokespeople, people are seven times more likely to click through to learn more about you on […]