How to Answer: What Are Your Salary Expectations?

2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

Answering the interview question “What are your salary expectations?” is usually the most complex “dance” in the whole interviewing process. It can also be the most dangerous. The best strategy is to do your research in advance, know the minimum you can accept (your “walk away” number when the job is not worth it

How to Answer: What Are Your Salary Expectations?2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

Bad Resume Examples: 7 Cringe-Worthy Resumes (and How to Fix Them)

2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

Reddit user u/cityoftress recently asked employers for “the funniest, craziest or weirdest thing you’ve seen on a resume.” We found a few doozies, but even the worst resumes can be fixed.#1 – Orienting DetailsA 3×4 table under the header of Soft Skills. The bottom right cell read:DetailedOrientatedwith “detailed” being centered and “orientated” right-justified. – u/lavidalibre Always ask a

Bad Resume Examples: 7 Cringe-Worthy Resumes (and How to Fix Them)2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

Laid Off? 4 Tips from Someone Who Has Been Through It

2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

A few years ago, I was laid off and subsequently went a solid year before I went back into the workforce as a full-time employee. I didn’t plan on being out of the workforce that long but as weeks of searching turned into months, it became quite evident I needed to prepare for a

Laid Off? 4 Tips from Someone Who Has Been Through It2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

5 Solutions for the Long-Term Unemployed

2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

Most of the people I know have been unemployed at one point or another. There’s a sense of despair that comes with losing their source of income. Perhaps more devastating is a sense of emotional turmoil, which can include sadness, anger, self-doubt, fear, isolation, and even depression.A special category of unemployment identifies people who’ve been

5 Solutions for the Long-Term Unemployed2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

Does Your Job Search Strategy Check These Boxes?

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Would you ever go on a long road trip without driving directions? Sure, maybe you’d eventually get from Point A to Point B, but it wouldn’t be the most efficient or economical way to travel. Having a strategic job search plan is essentially like having a map. Job search strategies will save you time,

Does Your Job Search Strategy Check These Boxes?2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

Work from Home: How to Find Remote Jobs

2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

Whether you want to make the world your office, need to increase availability to family, or simply feel more productive working in pajamas, transitioning to remote work is an alluring career choice for its work-life flexibility. Before you start setting up your new home office, take some time to develop a remote job search strategy.

Work from Home: How to Find Remote Jobs2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

Elevator Pitch for Job Seekers: How to and Examples

2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

The job hunt involves online searches, applications, and editing your resume and cover letter, but the search shouldn’t end there. Developing your skills and networking are also vital parts of a successful job search strategy. While attending an event might make you squirm with anxiety, it offers a prime opportunity to build your network and your

Elevator Pitch for Job Seekers: How to and Examples2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

Age Discrimination: Older Applicants vs. “Young Pretty People”

2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00

“The client specifically asked for ‘young pretty people,’” Tejal Wagadia, a technical recruiter based in Phoenix, Arizona, told Jobscan. “They said, ‘I don’t care how many years of experience they have, I need young pretty people.’“ “I’ve talked to VPs of HR who have told me, straight out, that the executive needs candidates that are

Age Discrimination: Older Applicants vs. “Young Pretty People”2020-09-21T02:03:08+00:00
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