Careers & Employment Information


Careers & Employment Information

Avoiding 10 Deadly Interview Mistakes


Too many job seekers set themselves up for failure before the interview ever takes place. They fail to target their audience, demonstrate relevant skills and experience, or present themselves in a way that grabs the attention of potential employers.

Match, Meet, and Mesmerize at a Job Fair


Are you considering another trip through the career maze? Attending a job fair can make you feel like you are playing a losing game unless you have a clear understanding of the rules. Here are a few suggestions for making the most of any job fair, and gaining a competitive edge.

Fantastic Job Fair Follow-up


Set the stage for fantastic job fair follow-up while you are still at the job fair. As the conversation is coming to a close, ask for the company representative's business card.

Stand Out From the Crowd with Simple Marketing Methods


Although today's job market can be very competitive, many job seekers overlook simple techniques that will catch potential employers' attention. Apply these eight ideas to stay ahead of your competitors and get hired now!1.

Tips for Terrific Telephone Interviews


Telephone interviews don't just happen; they are the result of action you have taken. For example, when you are networking and the company representative becomes interested in your skills; when a company representative calls you in response to a résumé you have sent; or when you have previously set up the telephone meeting.

Your Resume is Just One of the Tools in Your Job Search


A resume is a tool. It allows employers to see what skills you have and what benefits you bring to the table.

5 Resume Mistakes Telecommuters Often Make


Finding a legit telecommute job can be difficult. Telecommute jobs are in high demand and hundreds if not thousands of other people are competing for the same position.

How To Write The Perfect Cover Letter: Be Brief--And Be Gone!


The best cover letters are 'one-page wonders.' Why? Because they suit today's busy employers who are already overloaded and often overwhelmed.

Find Those People


"The Emperor's New Clothes" was a favorite childhood story of mine. It made me laugh.

What Exactly Online Recruitment Agencies Do?


Any online recruitment agency can help you to submit for vacancies to the agency by employers.Online recruitment agencies are used by employers for many purposes.

An Alternative to Hiring Employees


Current trends in business are conspiring to create a revolution in the way that small and medium sized companies do business. These forces have created an environment in which growing companies can make maximum use of their labor dollars, while accessing a talent base previously unreachable due to the costs involved with hiring top talent.

Dont Stop! Your Transition is Still Moving!


Q. I'm looking for a new job and plan to work with a career consultant next month.

7 Tips to Deal With a Bad Performance Review


Q. "I wasn't happy with my last performance review.

Manage Your Boss - And Get Ahead!


It's clear there are a number of common issues faced by business people across totally unrelated industries and environments. This series was created to provide some perspective and guidance to executives as they negotiate their way up the corporate ladder.

How to Receive Multiple Job Offers After You're Fired


Ask survivors of the most popular reality television shows and they'll tell you "If you have to eat a cockroach, don't spend too much time thinking about it." Keep focused on the end-game and move on.

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