Who Should Be in Your Network??

Over 50% of job seekers find their job though their networking efforts. Most of your time should be spend increase your network while you keep in touch with your current personal and professional network. The following are eight groups of people most job seekers include in their network: Employers Co-Workers Subordinates Customers Family Members FriendsRead More

Yellen Sees Economic Gains Boosting Workers in Strong Job Market

by Christopher Condon and Jeanna Smialek December 19, 2016, 1:30 PM EST Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said economic gains are finally raising living standards for most Americans as a healthy labor market contributes to higher wages. “After years of a slow economic recovery, you are entering the strongest job market in nearly a decade,” YellenRead More

RESUME|CV TIP FOR THE WEEK

Toward the top of your resume|CV should be a list of key skills employers are looking for and that align with the positions you’re seeking. Not only does this quickly convey your abilities to employers, it also appeals to resume scanners. Make sure to include exact match keywords from the job opening.

Actively Search Through The End Of The Year

It is very tempting to delay your job search efforts until after the Holidays or first of the year. In fact, most job seekers either consciously or unconsciously make that decision. That is one of the reasons, why it is critical that you escalate your efforts right now. Other reasons include the following: Hiring AuthoritiesRead More

Thinking about moving to a new industry? Are you mad?

Some people will tell you the very thought of changing to a new industry is defeatist – a thought bordering on treachery to yourself and others (at worst) or, at best an act downright disloyalty or stupidity. They’ll tell you things like ‘you’re throwing away your career’ or ‘once you leave, you won’t be ableRead More

Americans are working longer, harder and craving job skills

If you’re not up-to-speed with the latest skills, you’re running behind Still on the fence about whether it pays to invest in job training midcareer? Then consider this: According to The State of American Jobs, a new, mammoth Pew Research Center survey conducted with the Markle Foundation, the majority of U.S. workers see continuous trainingRead More

Resume Tip For The Week…

Autumn is the perfect time to update your resume. Remember, the longer you wait, the more likely you are to forget valuable information and accomplishments. One year fades into the next and older projects get replaced by newer ones. Revising your resume can help you to feel more confident and optimistic about your job search.Read More