…You need to ask hard-hitting questions to uncover any issues or potential problems that they are trying to hide from you. Be bold and ask the tough questions in the interview: “What exactly will I be doing in the role? Who will I report into? Why is this job open? How come the job has been open for so long? Why did the last person leave? Where do you envision the job going to? What type of career progression will the job have?”… Read more at https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackkelly/2019/01/11/how-to-stop-being-a-doormat-and-taken-advantage-of-in-your-job-search/#26fcdfc2161e
Recruiters review thousands of resumes every month. They’re tired of reading the same information, told in different ways, over and over. Because of this sheer volume, they've mastered what makes a good resume tick. They also know all too well what gets a bad resume sent to the trash. Read this article at https://business.tutsplus.com/articles/top-15-resume-mistakes-with-good-vs-bad-resume-examples--cms-26258
Think of a resume as a digital first impression. It’s the first view of you that a potential employer will see. Just like first impressions, you only get one chance to make an impact. Does your resume give the right impression? There are 5 things you can do to make your resume stand out, and entice the hiring manager to call you in for an interview.
Read this article athttps://www.forbes.com/sites/ashiraprossack1/2019/01/26/resume-tips-5-ways/#4b4729422518
A cover letter is a way to strengthen your job application. It’s one more step towards getting your resume noticed. And if there’s an opportunity for you to increase the chances of getting employed in that role you’ve always wanted even slightly, you had better believe we’re going to do our best to help!
Read this article athttps://resume.io/guides/how-to-write-cover-letter
Ads for both academic and non academic jobs highlight teamwork, writes Pallavi Eswara, who give tips on how to develop those skills and then demonstrate you possess them
Read this article at https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2019/01/28/grad-students-need-improve-their-teamwork-skills-become-more-attractive-employers
Developing a strong and distinct personal brand is important today, both for businesses and individuals. …. For professionals, a strong personal brand can establish expertise and even help you get your next position.
The challenge of personal branding is that one wrong step can damage the reputation you’ve worked so hard to build. If you want to positively represent your company or yourself, avoid these mistakes... Read more athttps://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2019/01/25/12-mistakes-that-can-destroy-your-personal-brand/#30a039d76ab9
while polishing your resume is still as much about relevant experience and skills as ever, finding a job now involves targeting the right keywords and SEO, too. That’s how Microsoft Word’s Resume Assistant can help: tapping LinkedIn to assist your work experience.
Read this article athttps://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2019/01/28/grad-students-need-improve-their-teamwork-skills-become-more-attractive-employers
Ads for both academic and non academic jobs highlight teamwork, writes Pallavi Eswara, who give tips on how to develop those skills and then demonstrate you possess them. Read this article at https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2019/01/28/grad-students-need-improve-their-teamwork-skills-become-more-attractive-employers
LinkedIn's latest list of most in-demand skills for this year is crucial reading.The world's largest professional networking platform went deep diving into its data bank of 50,000 skill sets to determine the soft and hard skills you can consider looking into this year.
Read this article athttps://sea.mashable.com/culture/2040/these-are-the-5-most-sought-after-soft-skills-at-work-for-20
If the thought of going back to work on Mondays makes you anxious, you’re not alone. Eighty percent of professionals say they’ve felt “Sunday Scaries” or “Sunday Blues” after thinking about the work week ahead, a 2018 LinkedIn Survey found. Luckily, experts say there are simple strategies that can help anyone cope.
Read this article at https://www.cnbc.com/2019/01/28/how-to-get-over-sunday-scaries-according-to-psychologists-stanford-experts.html