Books & Music
Food & Wine
Health & Fitness
Hobbies & Crafts
Home & Garden
News & Politics
Religion & Spirituality
Travel & Culture
TV & Movies
Archive by Article Title | Archive by Date
Self Employment as a Career
Have you been looking for a job for a long time? Is self-employment starting to look like the perfect solution? Before you make the leap, learn the pros and cons of starting your own business.
Should You Accept a Job with Lower Pay?
You aced the interviews and finally snagged that sought after job. What happens when they offer you a salary that is less then you expected? Should you accept the offer or continue looking? Before you make the decision to pass, perhaps you should consider accepting a lower paying job offer.
Sign Up for the Job Search Newsletter
Could you use a friendly reminder when this site is updated with helpful information about your job search? This article will tell you just what to do!
The Importance of a Business Card
Even if you're unemployed, you need a business card for networking. The best part is that they don't have to cost a lot.
The Web 2.0 Job Finder Ė Book Review
Fortune 500 hiring pros share the most effective use of the Internet in today's job search.
Twitter and Your Job Search
Social media will play an important role in your job search. Here is how to effectively use Twitter.
What do Interviewers want in an Interview?
You get the interview, but you donít seem to get the job offers. Why? Have you ever thought about what the hiring manager is looking for during the interview? Try looking beyond your knowledge and skills.
What is a Resume?
A resume is more than just a list of jobs. It's your personal brochure to get a job or find a career. A resume is a powerful instrument about you and the company you hope to work for. Here is the definition of a resume.
What Resume Lies Do Recruiters Look For?
Think youíre only telling a small lie on your resume? Recruiters know how to spot them. Donít let that small lie keep you from getting hired or fired. Do you know the common resume lies recruiters look for?
What to Include in a Cover Letter
You get thirty seconds. Just a few short seconds to stand out in a crowd of thousands of other applicants. Your cover letter may be the one and only thing that might get you noticed. Do you know what to include?
Website copyright © 2013 Minerva WebWorks LLC. All rights reserved.