Is there a better Holiday gift than helping someone’s career?
Practice, Practice, Practice… If you have had a few interviews and have not gotten a job offer yet, perhaps you need some interviewing practice.
33 days till the end of 2023. Do you have your new job yet?
What about having your yearend job hunt strategy plan in place?
The first thing not to do is take time off during December from your job search.
A Job Search Slump? Every job you’ve applied to hasn’t panned out or they flat-out ghosted you and every time you go looking for new opportunities it seems to happen again and again.
It’s no secret that when it comes to investments, one of the best you can make is in yourself. All too often, investing in ourselves falls low on our list of priorities and becomes something that we put off until we have more money, more time or more motivation.
What exactly is a summary statement? It’s a few short lines that go at the top of your resume and makes it easy for the hiring manager to quickly understand your experience and qualifications. Basically, it gives the highlights of what you bring to the table.
Timing your arrival to your interview time slot can demonstrate your ability to manage your time properly and your commitment to the role. On the other hand, arriving late shows an interviewer that you don’t care about the job enough to prioritize the interview or the hiring manager’s time. Arriving too early can also cause issues for the people involved in the interview process, as they may have other tasks they need to complete before conducting your interview.
There’s no better time than now to slow down, take a breath and reflect on the accomplishments and shortcomings of the past year. The last month of the year is also the perfect opportunity to begin thinking about goals and aspirations for 2024 and beyond. Re-examine...
If you’re a mature worker, there are a few strategies you can employ to combat age discrimination during your job search. #ageism
Yes, resumes are still relevant; but they are used differently than in the pre-digital age. Where resumes were once about selling your unique skills and broad experience to a hiring manager, they are now about making yourself “searchable” to those same hiring managers...
I am asked that question several times a day. There is really no right answer. What I do know is that when I have a potential client contact me it is because they are stuck somewhere in their job search. So, I believe that Career Coaching puts you in charge of your...