Finding a Job
How to Succeed at a Job Interview
Going to job interviews is uncomfortable and stressful for everyone because the people
giving the interviewing are judging you. I've gone to many job interviews. Eventually
I became a manager. I've been on both sides, so I'm in a position to advise you about
how to succeed at job interviewing. More ...
The Best Jobs for College Students
Having a job while still in college can prove you are a responsible individual, give you valuable references, and earn money to cover for your expenses. Here are the best jobs for college students. More ...
Creating and Self-Marketing Yourself to Find a Job During Tough Times
A career brand is an image that portrays you as an expert in your field, attracts your ideal employer, and reveals how you can help their business. This article shows you how to promote your careerbrand effectively, to stand out among increasing competition in the workforce. More ...
The Behavioral Interview - What You Can Expect
The Behavioral Interview is increasingly used by companies for employment selection.
The Behavioral Interview can be intimidating for the job candidate. Prepare for
the interview beforehand by thinking about examples of competencies that the position
may require. More ...
Strategies For Dealing With Getting Terminated
Getting fired used to be something that many people figured would ruin their career.
Obviously, getting fired isn't an ideal situation but it's certainly something that
can be dealt with, so that you get back into the work world again quickly with a
minimum of discomfort. More ...
Get The Job You Want, Even When No One's Hiring
In this book, career expert Ford R. Myers maps the new world of job search and reveals
essential strategies for your success. You?ll learn how to seize opportunities that
aren?t posted yet - how to make yourself an instant asset to potential employers - how
to clearly stand-out as the best candidate ... and how to leverage social media, blogs,
and other Web tools. More ...
Expanding Your Resume - The Curriculum Vitae
From the Latin for "vital," vitae means a short description of one's life and a Curriculum Vitae,
or CV for short, is pretty much that - a sort of Extended Play version of your resume. More ...
FREE ebook - How to Get a Job
Whether you're looking for your very first job, switching careers, or re-entering the job market after an extended absence, this eBook will help you get a job. Learn how to make a resume, how to network, how to prepare for a behavioral interview, plus much more. More ...
How to Get a Job
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. More ...
Four Steps for Using LinkedIn for Your Job Search
Using LinkedIn for your job search can be a powerful tool that can help you get noticed by potential employers. Here are steps to make your LinkedIn profile work for you in your job search. More ...
The Job Interview Pep Talk - How to Psych Yourself Up Before the Big Day
One of the next hurdles in navigating your personal career path is the job interview.
Consider this article a mini refresher course and pep talk to get you going! Here
are a few thoughts to file under "Why I Don't Need to be Nervous on Interview Day." More ...
Finding Senior Work Might Include Interview Nightmares
Imagine for a moment, that you are an intelligent and educated person that enjoyed
continuous employment and career growth throughout most of your adult life. Then,
suddenly, you find yourself divorced, laid-off and out of work. And, you are 60 years old! More ...