Are you LinkedIn? Many job seekers already regard LinkedIn as their most valuable social media platform, and new features are being added all the time. Staying up to date can help you land your next position.
Working at home can be great, but there can also be far more distractions at home than at work. Even after months of practice, many of us do not have a good working environment at home.
Sometimes your career path points straight ahead, and sometimes you need to take a few detours. Even if others think it looks like a step back, a bridge job may be just what you need to prepare for the next stage in your professional life. What is a bridge job?
When you’re interviewing for a job, it’s a safe bet that you’ll be asked about your strengths and weaknesses. How do you best answer this dreaded question?
Are you running a business or thinking about hanging a shingle? Running your own business provides many perks over a regular 9-to-5 job. However, with great reward comes along great responsibility.
Performing well on a phone interview can help you land the job you want. Nearly all companies use phone interviews to screen large pools of qualified candidates. Some phone screens are short of confirming details about the position, availability, and salary requirements.
It is natural to feel nervous about job interviews. But you can use mock interviews to gain confidence and make a better impression on a potential employer.
Whatever your career path, you’ll probably run into a few occasions when you’re faced with a decision that could dramatically change your future.
If you have lost your job, there is no denying that it can be a devastating ordeal. If you have lost your job, there is no denying that it can be a devastating ordeal.
Some of us get a lot more done at work than others. If you’re one of those people that never accomplishes as much as you should, you need some new strategies. Being productive is about preparation and good habits.