The quote in the photo, “Make new mistakes” may be thought-provoking, but when it comes to job hunting, you don’t have time to make a lot of mistakes! Read on for some social media mistakes that job seekers should avoid.
Keeping things in perspective for your job hunt
Weeks ago, when I began my “Holiday Job Search” series, I saw a post that I knew I wanted to share. Read on for the inspiring and heartwarming message to job seekers.
Delaying your job search? Ready to pack it all in?
Are you ready to pack it in and take the summer off from your job hunt? DON’T DO IT! Read on to learn why you’ll get left behind – and for resources to help get you going!
Keep in touch with your job references
You’ve scored a great interview and things went well. Next obstacle to overcome? Get some great references! This is an often overlooked aspect of job seeking, but a reference can make or break your chances to land the job. Read on for tips to get rave reviews!
Quoted in the Wall Street Journal!
Consider creating an online presence if you don’t already have one to help propel your job search forward. Read on for some suggestions from the Wall Street Journal in an article quoting me!