The year 2010 is almost here and if you plan to start your job hunt by January, consider the following strategies:
Check your network. Ask all the people you know – relatives, friends, and acquaintances for possible recommendations. Let them know that you are in search of a job. They might hear about a certain job opening and give you notice right away. Continue reading “Job Finding Tips in 2010”
Many job seekers use the internet to find vacancies and know which companies they can submit applications to. There are a number of websites where you can simply post your resume online and wait for an interview schedule.
However, with the tough competition among job seekers, what can you do to increase your chances of getting hired? Check out the following tips: Continue reading “Practical Tips on Finding a Job Online”
Each year, thousands of young graduates submit their resumes to different companies in the hopes of getting hired. Are you awaiting a call for an interview from a prospective employer? Have you been waiting for a longer time than you expected? Are you starting to feel frustrated with your job search?
Don’t let an unfruitful search bring you down. Here are practical tips on how to find your first job after college: Continue reading “How to Find Your First Job After College”
Thousands of teenagers search for jobs not only to earn money, but to gain experience and build-up their resumes. True enough, it may not always be easy to get hired especially since many companies are affected by recession. Nevertheless, you shouldn’t let the recent economic slump prevent you from reaching your goals. If you need a job, consider the following reminders:
Check your schedule. Some teens juggle at least two to three different jobs in a day. Some employers may be considering if you are still capable of handling a new commitment. Before applying for additional work or applying for an 8-hour job, seriously consider your schedule. Continue reading “Job Finder Tips for Teens”
If you have been called for a job interview, you need to be well-prepared in order to pass and be hired. Here are important pointers that you should remember if you really want to get the job:
Know the contents of your resume. Review a copy of the exact resume you sent to that company. Be sure that you remember the information on your resume as your interviewer may ask some details to make sure that those are facts and not just lies. Continue reading “Pass Your Next Job Interview and Get Hired Today”