A job search comes with uncertainty about what the future may hold, and that can lead to negative feelings about the process in general. However, going into a job search with a positive mindset can have impactful results that ultimately benefit your career.
A job search is undoubtedly stressful. When you’re feeling inundated by the uncertainties, questions, and decisions you’re faced with during a job search, use these tips to help ease your stress and save your sanity.
Often people make personal resolutions around the New Year. The New Year has become synonymous with a fresh start. However, your personal life does not have to be the only part of your life that benefits from resolutions; your career can also benefit from your attention to setting some resolutions and starting fresh. How? Here […]
The beginning of the year and into Spring are the best months to search for a new job. Companies have received their new budgets and have made growth goals for the year; therefore, these early months are a great time to find a new position. With that in mind, it is imperative that you’re prepared […]
If you are in the thick of a job search, it is easy to become discouraged. However, it does not have to be that way. At this time, when the use of social media and networking are at their peak, there are a few things you can do to maximize your job search immediately. To […]
We have all been there at some point. You have sent your resume to hundreds of different companies and, yet, there have not been any bites. When you are in the thick of it, it is easy to become disheartened. However, the more you press on and continue your job search, the better your chances […]
A job search is stressful for anyone, but introverts can feel exhausted and overwhelmed at the prospect of interviews, networking, and subtle pressure to ignore their very nature and be outgoing and extroverted for even short periods of time. The very best advice for introverts on the hunt for the next job or the next […]
Summer is one of the best seasons for job-seekers. While common wisdom says that vacations and a slower pace mean a difficult time finding a job, I strongly disagree. The only better time for a job search is the winter holidays! When the vast majority of job seekers are waiting for autumn (or the end […]
Are you looking for a job and anticipating a job offer after a great interview? Don’t press pause on your job search!
Is your resume all dressed up with no place to go? Here’s great tips on finding that missing email for the hiring influencer you want to contact.
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What is one of the very best times to search for a job? Would you guess July and August? These summer months are an excellent time to job search.
: I was recently reminded of how important it is to know who we are, so that we can be confident in making decisions about our careers. That knowledge of our own skills, experience, needs, wants, values, and beliefs, is what we use to create our career action plans and our personal branding. Who are you? The answer to that question is the first step to your next job.
Companies recognize that corporate perks and privileges that impact work/life balance in a positive way can attract and retain valuable employees. Years ago it might have been a substantial holiday bonus or paid health insurance, these days your potential employer may be getting far more creative!
Before you jump into the job search minefield, be aware that there are many hindrances to getting from A to B in the fastest possible way.
When you know more about the company and the job in question, it puts you firmly in the driver’s seat as a leading candidate for the position.
Career transition is a full-time job, but you should not sacrifice your personal life in pursuit of your next executive appointment.
Your network of friends, family or former peers can bring tremendous value, and can also be there to support you through the job search journey.