The job-hunting process is already time-consuming. It requires significant work, time, and energy are expended to make a resume look perfect. However, that does not justify using the same exact resume for every job application. Rather, the opposite. Your resume should be customized for each job application.
If you are terrified of getting the door slammed in your face, negotiation must be difficult for you. Getting past rejection may not happen overnight, but it's certainly possible.
If your coworkers are stampeding out the door, you may be tempted to join them. In some cases, it could be an easy decision, like when your boss is dropping helpful hints about which of your competitors are hiring.
Job sharing offers a lot of benefits for both employers and employees. These flexible arrangements can improve the quality of life for workers and make it easier for the organizations they work for to access the talent they need.
We get a little flutter when we see a LinkedIn notification that someone has looked at our profile, and they represent a company to which we have recently applied. A moment of excitement is then quickly followed by a moment of, “am I supposed to do something now?”
There are many advantages to working at home, but there’s at least one drawback. Telecommuters are 50% less likely to get promoted, according to a Stanford University study.
Do you have a university degree? When you attended college, you invested in an education that can benefit you for the rest of your life. Getting the most out of your college experience can make a big difference in your future.