Finding a Job
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 ...
Interviewing to Get Hired
Once you get the call for the interview, the next thing that you have to do is
prepare for it. You can never over prepare for an interview. The more prepared
you are, the harder it will be to make mistakes. More ...
How to Prepare for a Behavioral Interview
If you're in the market for a new job, it's probably wise to prepare for behavioral
interviews. Some 30 percent of organizations, including many of America's biggest
corporations, now use behavioral interviewing - and the number is growing. More ...
Back on the Career Track: A Guide for Stay-at-Home Moms Who Want to Return to Work
This book offers a calm, practical strategy for breaking down and following through on the many
tasks involved in going back to work. It contains helpful suggestions on how to jump start the
process and lots of examples of women who have made successful transitions. 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 ...
How to Sell Yourself Like a Product in a Job Interview
A sales person about to sell a product to a customer would do some homework or
research so that you could convince your customers that your product was the best
product on the market to fill their needs. If you think of this scenario and apply
it to the job interview process you will find that it is a powerful tool to
use for your interview preparation. More ...
How do you hold on to your Job during a Recession?
In a recession companies are always looking to trim the fat. Most companies use down
turns to drop unproductive and over paid employees. So how can we insulate ourselves
against loosing our job? More ...
Re-Entering the Workforce
Many women (and an increasing number of men) decide to put their careers on hold
from time to time. If they have been away from the workforce for a significant
period of time, they may be at a disadvantage when they try to resume their career.
Here are six steps that will make re-entering
the workforce easier. More ...
The Day I Broke Wind in My Interview and Still Got the Job
I received an invitation to Interview as a Project Manager. At the interview I was greeted by three well dressed company employees. While sitting down I passed wind. I watched the expressions on the faces of the panel as they caught a whiff of my pungent gas. More ...
How to Use LinkedIn for Your Job Search
Networking remains the number one way to find a job. That is why social networking on the internet has become such a popular tool for job searching. LinkedIn allows you to network with other professionals, and also gives you the opportunity to market yourself through your online profile - allowing recruiters to find you. More ...
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 ...
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 ...