Whether you're looking for your very first job, switching careers, or re-entering the job market after an extended absence, finding a job whittles down to two main tasks: understanding yourself and understanding the job market. When the job market is tight, volunteering is a great way to learn new skills and to meet new people. Meeting new people allows you to network.
When you're networking, you're going to have to sift through the people you don't want to know to get to the people you do want to know. That's just an essential part of networking, but the good news is that with practice, you'll get better at spotting the people worth knowing. To get a job, you'll need a good resume.
Want to make your resume shine? This eBook shows you how to put together a resume that'll impress any employer. Plus 27 resume design tips. A good resume will get you an interview. Many structured interviews, particularly those at large companies, start with a question like "tell me about yourself." This eBook shows you how to narrow your life down into a brief but relevant and professional answer.
Some 30 percent of organizations, including many of America's biggest corporations, now use behavioral interviewing - and the number is growing. This eBook shows you how to prepare for behavioral interviews.
• How to Get a Job
• How to Volunteer
• How to Make a Resume
• How to Network
• How to Prepare for a Behavioral Interview
More Finding a Job Information:
• Online Job Sites
• How to Write an Executive Level Resume
• Resume Success Factors - What Exactly Is A Resume Anyway?
• Laid Off? Now What Do You Do?
• How to Avoid Common Resume Mistakes
• Unemployed? The First Five Things to Do
• Top 10 Job Strategies for Recent College Graduates
• Can't find a job? Learn How to Crack Into the Hidden Job Market
• Employment Interviewing - The Winning Strategy!
• Making the Most of Your References