Job interviews are nerve wracking, but you can feel much more in control if you know what’s in store for you when you get there–and if you know what the most common job interview mistakes are, so you can avoid … More
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If you’re still in college, you may not even be thinking of getting a job or of your post-graduate plans other than all the boozing you’ll do at your actual graduation celebrations. But it’s never too soon to start a … More
If you’re looking for a job in 2013–I know, I know, it’s almost over, but still, let’s not hurry–some options will be more promising than others. And unfortunately for people like me, a lot of those jobs require pants (ugh) … More
When you’re looking for work, it seems like LinkedIn and online postings are the only way to get any leads. Not so! Even though we live in a digital age, there are still some, er, analog methods to finding gigs … More
Job applications are stressful, time consuming and often boring. But guess what? They often feel that way for the employers, not just the potential employees. Want to nail your next job application? Use these tips from Katherine Goldstein at Slate … More
Whether you’re looking for a job in brick laying, broadcasting or a brothel (hey, some places it’s legal–you do you, girl), there are three super simple tips that a lot of people on a job search forget–or just get too … More
Next time someone scoffs at your career aspirations and tells you take an accounting class, tell them politely to shove it and dust off your stage makeup: Theater arts may be the college course that actually scores you the job … More
Job hunting is pretty much a full time job in itself if you’re really devoted to it, so if you’ve ever found yourself browsing Monster, CraigsList, Indeed or LinkedIn while you’re on the clock at your current gig, you’re not … More
If you’re trying to get hired, one company wants you to hire a paid liar as a professional reference to score the gig. No, seriously. Timothy Green is the founder of Palladin Deception Services, based in Forest Lake, Minn., and … More
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You are permanently signed in to Monster, have a bajillion SimplyHired alerts and can optimize an Indeed.com job search in 2 seconds flat. You’ve combed all the job websites you’re aware of and still nothing: No leads, no jobs. Here are some less obvious, less popular (in a good way!) sites you can bookmark if you’re looking to inject some new life into your job search. More
A chronological resume can work very well to display the evolution of your career, but there is also another format to consider: the skills-based functional resume. More
Job interviews: Nobody likes them, but they inevitably stand between you and your dream job.
Unfortunately, “What’s your greatest weakness?” is no longer the only hard-to-answer question hiring managers will throw your way.
What constitutes the perfect résumé? Well, it really depends on whom you ask.
Some people swear by sticking to one page and the right-sized margins, while others advocate including your hobbies and interests. More
Most job-seekers know that Twitter is an invaluable networking tool: Just Wednesday, we posted a piece from our friends at Levo League about “the tweet that changed my whole career.” But in the wild west of job hunting in 2013, Twitter isn’t just for making connections who will then take a serious look at your résumé: It is your résumé. More