Finding a Job
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 ...
Job Finding Tips
Finding a job is hard. It takes persistence, confidence and preparation. That being said,
there are things one can do to make the transition from unemployed to office superstar faster
and less frustrating. The number one thing that alleviates job-finding anxiety is preparation. More ...
Certifications That Get Jobs - ASE Certified Automotive Technician
An ASE Certified Technician uses correct safety procedures, practices correct use of tools and equipment. They know how to use an engine code scan tool and interpret the results. Automotive technicians diagnose and repair motor vehicles. More ...
Applying for a Job? - Run a Background Check on Yourself
Over 90 percent of companies run background checks on applicants. Running a background check on yourself enables you to find out if any erroneous information is being reported about you. For example, a State may be erroneously reporting that you have a criminal record. Running your own background check will alert you to this problem so you can take steps to correct it before an employer sees it. More ...
Ready For a Career Fair Near You?
Have you been to a career fair lately? If not, take advantage! Here are a couple of
simple tips that will make attending worth your while: Tip Number 1: Get prepared by
making a list of industries and employers in attendance that are of interest. More ...
How to Become a Camp Ground Host
Camp Hosts are always in demand because the job involves dealing with idiots and cleaning outhouses. However, if you don't have a job, camping out for free can be a great advantage, and you'll meet lots of friendly people (most campers are not idiots) who can set you up with employment connections. More ...
How to Develop Your Personal Elevator Pitch
Many structured interviews, particularly those at large companies, start with
a question like "tell me about yourself." Here's how to narrow your life down
into a brief but relevant and professional answer. 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 ...
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 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 ...
Tips For The Job Searcher
I've searched for a few jobs in my time, and I've interviewed many hundreds of people.
Here are some things that I've learned which have had great success. I hope they are
of value to any job searchers. More ...
How to Find Jobs in Music
Have you always dreamed about working with music, but weren't sure where to look for jobs
in music and the music industry? The good news is that there are a lot more jobs in music
than most people think. More ...