It’s officially the holiday season.
For many, this means working a temporary seasonal position. Some like the additional income for the extra spending involved with this time of year, while others may be in-between jobs and searching for a more permanent position. While there are many pros and cons of seasonal employment, the concern of many is that the work is only temporary and lacks a guarantee past its ending date. More
The job search is tedious, time consuming, exhausting, and a bunch of other things we don’t even want to bring up. The feeling of receiving an invitation to interview can leave you both overjoyed and overwhelmed. With growing fears of prolonged gaps of unemployment, especially for older job seekers, developing a job search strategy that really works means there’s no room to blow your chances of getting hired during your interview.
Many job seekers overlook the importance of online networking skills during their job search. Networking isn’t just about clicking the “follow” or “connect” button. A beneficial networking relationship is born out of a strong interest in gaining valuable information and feedback from someone you consider to be important in your industry.
It is important to look at online networking as a special tool to engage with individuals that you might not have been able to be in contact with at one point. Here are five ways to improve your online networking capabilities. More
Fall is almost here. The weather’s getting colder, the days are getting shorter, and the leaves on the trees are changing color. Pumpkin-flavored drinks are back and everyone is looking forward to a break in the humidity. Another thing that comes with fall? Hiring season. Much like back to school, hiring season requires proper preparation and organization. Follow these tips to focus your fall job search and start off on the right foot! More