Have you thought about how much control you actually have when you look for a job? Your digital footprint is exceptionally important, even more so when you are changing jobs.
Naturally, I am a big proponent of hiring someone to write your resume! However, most people do not hire a professional, and left to their own devices, may wind up with embarrassing errors.
Why aren’t you getting the job? It’s the $100,000 question — and usually the one with the missing answers. Job seekers usually don’t receive feedback from hiring managers or interviewers, let alone hear why their resume may not have been selected for an interview. Instead, they are left to wonder if there is something wrong with them.
Wonder how CEOs think about branding strategies?
NBC affiliate 11 Alive reporter, Jaye Watson, interviewed me about using Twitter and how it can be a positive influence for a job seeker, despite the fact it sometimes results in people losing their jobs for tweets some consider inappropriate.