Ask And Ye Shall Receive Job Leads
If you've got friends, family (or both) and you're looking for a job,
you're sitting on a treasure trove of employment tips and tricks. To
gain access to them, all you have to do is ask. Here are four
questions to ask your friends, family, neighbors and co-workers (past
and present) to shorten your job search.
3 Keys to Interview Success
The interview is perhaps the most critical component of your job
search. Here are three steps you can take to prepare and give yourself
the opportunity to shine in your next interview.
10 Signs of Career Burnout
Learning to distinguish normal stress from the deeper issues that lead
to career burnout is important in order to effectively deal with the
problem. Also, recognizing that any job can have this issue can
empower you to make positive changes in your own workplace.
Finding a Job with the Right Corporate Culture
When people look for jobs, they are mostly focused on a fairly narrow
set of criteria such as salary, job title, and commuting time. An
important factor that most people don't give much thought to until
after accepting a new position is the corporate culture. While just
about everyone who isn't happy with the culture of the company they
work for complains about it after they're hired, very few people
examine corporate culture before accepting a job.