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Facebook and Your Job Search
Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, no matter how “old school” you are, in order to be successful your job search will require the use of online social networking. Learn how to use Facebook as a job search tool.
How Blogging Can Help Your Job Search
Finding a job is no longer as easy as applying to an ad in the newspaper. Job search success practically demands an Internet presence. Blogging can help your search by providing an avenue to display your knowledge and expertise.
How Credit can Affect Your Job Search
Unemployment can create a vicious cycle. If you're unable to pay the bills, you may be unable to get a job, especially if employers conduct credit checks. Learn how credit can affect your job search and what you can do to address it with potential employers.
How to Address a Spotty Work Record
Have you held a lot of jobs in the short period of time? Now when it comes time to look for a new job, you’re not sure how to explain hopping from job to job. The worst thing you can do is to try to trick employers. Here are statements to offer when you get stuck.
How to Apply for a Job
There is a difference when applying from a job advertisement in the newspaper vs. one on online? What do you need to do in order to get your application noticed?
How to Apply for a Job Out of State
Today's job search may require you to search for jobs out of state. How do you prepare? What should you take into consideration? Companies are engaging in more interviews over the phone, so you need to be ready. Here is how...
How to Complete an Online Job Application
Want to know what employers look for in online applications? Submitting a job application online is never a reason to be careless with your submission. Check out this article for tips on where to take care in completing your next online application.
How to Create a Job Leads List
Whether or not you’re looking for a job, a Job Leads List is a proactive way to have job information available right at your fingertips. Not sure where to get started? Learn how to create an easy, job source lead list.
How to Create a Job Search Portfolio
Have you ever spotted a job that you wanted to apply for right away? Have you ever spent the night before an interview frantically searching for information? Having all of your documentation right at your fingertips will help the process by easing the stress.
How to Deal With Salary on a Job Application
The salary - sometimes that's what it all comes down to. When should you start the salary discussion? How much should you ask for? Where can you find salary information? Should you enter a salary on the application? Before you price yourself out of a job, learn how to figure it all out.
How to Find a Job in a Weak Economy
When the economy is struggling, jobs become even more scarce. Mass mailing will waste your time, but you need to be ready at any second to sell yourself. Learn what works and what doesn't.
How to Handle Being Fired
Your performance has been below standards – or worse, you violated a company policy resulting in immediate termination. How you handle the situation will have a huge impact on future interviews.
How to Handle Relocating with a Partner
Your partner walks in the door and announces they are being transferred. Relocation? Elation? Anger? What if you have a good job? How do you prepare? Discover how to get started on the road to relocating for your partner.
How to Not Take the Job Search Personally
Long periods of unemployment can actually do a lot of damage to a job seeker's self-esteem. Though there is nothing that can take the place of "you're hired," you still need to work on your self-confidence when looking for a job. The best way? Not to take the job search personally.
How to Organize a Job Search
Effectively competing in today’s job market demands, not only determination, but organizational skills as well. Learn how to organize your job search to increase your chances of employment success.
How to Protect Yourself from Job Scams
Some dishonest companies work overtime to prey upon and take advantage of the unemployed. How do you protect yourself from getting scammed while searching for a job?
How to Screen Through for Interviews
Are you submitting a lot of applications, but not getting a response? Do you receive a promising call one day and then don't hear another word? Learn tips on how to successfully screen through the selection process to grab an interview.
How to Successfully Attend a Job Fair
Job fairs have changed. If you're not careful, attending one can be a waste of your precious job search time. Make sure you make the most of your attendance.
How to Use Excel to Track Your Job Search
Looking for a low-cost way to keep track of your job applications? Look no further than your computer. Learn how to use spreadsheet software to keep track of your applications.
How to Work With a Headhunter
Do you need help finding a job? Before you turn to a professional head hunter or recruiter, learn what to look for so you don’t waste your time or money.
Job Hunting Tips for First Time Job Seekers
Are you a first time job seeker? Ever wondered what employers look for from an applicant? Don’t let your overall appearance on anything from your clothes to your social networking get in the way of getting employed!
Job Search Methods
Remember when looking for a job was as easy as reaching for the newspaper? Many companies no longer use print media to advertise their openings. There are now so many different avenues to use. Learn some of the most common methods of to use in searching for a new job.
Job Searching for Teenagers
Are you a teenager looking for a job? With unemployed adults grabbing all of the jobs typically help by teenagers, it's time for you to step up your game.
Long Term Unemployed Job Seekers
Is your application being ignored because you are unemployed? Long term unemployed face company bias when applying for advertised jobs...
Networking – How to get started
A successful job search will require that you step out of your comfort zone and network. If networking makes you uncomfortable, start small and with the familiar. Here is how to get started getting comfortable with networking.
New Year Job Search Resolutions
The past year has been rough for job searching and your probably wondering what is next. The new year begins with your job search resolutions and here are some tips to consider...
Safe Job Hunting on the Internet
If you’re searching for a job, the last thought on your mind is probably Internet safety. With more employers using online applications and job scammers on the increase, it’s imperative to protect your computer and your personal information. Learn what to look for.
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.
Take Control Of Your Job Search
Is your job search yielding the same old worn out results? Then take control of your job search...
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.
Top Five Job Market Myths
Are job market myths dragging your job search down? Find out the top job market myths...
Twitter and Your Job Search
Social media will play an important role in your job search. Here is how to effectively use Twitter.
What to Wear to a Job Fair
What is the difference between professional dress and business casual? Does it really matter what you wear to a job fair? Remember, a job fair is just an interview in disguise. Learn what you should be wearing to make a good first impression.
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