Motivated job seekers often make it their full-time job to network and look for their next career opportunity, which is a particularly good idea in today’s competitive environment. When you spend a lot of time browsing and searching for employment opportunities, it can be frustrating when you do not get a response from human resources managers.
Continue reading »
After you land a good job interview it is important to start preparing yourself for the big day straight away. There can be a lot of work involved in making sure you are at your best for the interview but here we have 5 helpful tips to get you started.
Continue reading »
The term "niche" is used to describe a particular field of work that you are particularly good at or that particularly fits your individual personality. A job niche is your ideal type of job. Many people do not take time to really identify their own personal job niche. It is very easy once you get into the job market and begin working as a young adult, to simply take jobs that are offered to you or that are easily available. The problem with this is that you miss out on some real opportunities for success.
If you are in between jobs, chances are you are already a little be down over your career situation, and the last thing you want to do is research industry forecasts for the field of industry you may have spent years laboring in. However, paying attention to industry forecasts can often help individuals make important decisions.
Save your own time and that of future employers by avoiding these top four C.V. mistakes.
There comes a time in every career when you start to wonder if maybe you should just switch careers. A decision like this does not come easily, and it may keep you awake at night. But there are definitive signs that can help you to know when it’s time to switch careers.
As a career-minded person, you have your sights set on a management position as soon as possible. Forget the glass ceiling, the corporate ladder and all the other clichéd reasons you’ve heard about why you’ll never make it into management. Here are the top two ways to jump into a management position.
You've just come back from your job interview, and you’re crossing your fingers and your toes. But hang on. Don’t wait by the phone. Your time might be better spent in lining up another interview, if you noticed any of these four signs that you didn't get the job.