Finding a Job
The Importance of Pre-Employment Background Checks
Research shows that there is an alarming increase of job applicants that are fabricating
credentials. Most employers are conducting pre-employment background checks to assess the
accuracy of the applicant's claims. If an employee is involved in a crime while conducting
company business, their employer may be found liable for damages for negligent hiring. More ...
Job Hunting After 50
Among the long-term unemployed are many people over the age of 50. Older adults face unique challenges when seeking employment. Following are highlights to help jumpstart your job search as a mature worker. More ...
Online Job Sites
The Internet has changed the way people look for jobs and the way employers look for people.
Ten years ago a job seeker picked up several newspapers each morning and searched the print
ads. Today a job seeker posts their resume online and receives an email alert from an employer
interested in hiring them. More ...
Job Hunting? The Internet May be Your Best Resource
Thanks to the Internet, newspapers are no longer the only "go-to" source for finding job
prospects. Search Online Recent research has found that the Internet is the primary source
of job postings for more than 71 percent of job-seekers. More ...
Must-Do's for Every Job Search
Many job seekers are overwhelmed by the amount of options that are out there today. In an
effort to navigate through all the muck and mire, I have put together a list of three of the
most effective tools that job seekers should keep in their arsenal. 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 ...
How to Write an Executive Level Resume
Executive-level jobs are harder to find and generally have more competition, so
an attention-getting executive resume can make the difference between getting the
job and getting left behind. More ...
Resume Success Factors - What Exactly Is A Resume Anyway?
You know you're good... real good. The problem, though, is that you are struggling to
demonstrate just how good you are on paper. Ah... the resume. If you've ever written one
you know what a challenging task it can be. More ...
Unemployment - A Golden Opportunity
When I was unemployed, I did the only thing that I could do - besides keep looking for a
job. I made myself more valuable. That is right; I became more valuable while I was
unemployed. How did I do that? I increased my education. More ...
How to Eat Cheap When You're Laid Off
When your income drops substantially because you've been laid off, you've got to
conserve your cash as much as possible. Eating out a fancy restaurants is out of the
question. Even fast food has become too expensive nowadays. The solution is home-cooked
meals - and if you're really tight on cash - home cooked meals based on cheap bulk ingredients. More ...
Getting from College to Career - 90 Things to Do Before You Join the Real World
Every page of this book provides a way for you to move forward, no matter where you are in the career planning process. The book includes convenient checkboxes to mark once each task is accomplished. This book gives you the essential information and guidance you need to get your foot in the door of the real world. Don't start your first job search without it! More ...
Can You Make a Living as a Workamper While RVing?
Can you make money Workamping? Yes we have made as much as $25,000 in a month and
we've worked for what could be considered less than minimum wage. Many Workampers
hire on at RV campgrounds and resorts just to get their site free for the period
of time they are there, others seek higher paying jobs. More ...