Job seekers often hear that holiday gatherings are a great place to network. But how do you do that without being annoying? After all, no one likes being hit up for job leads at a party. Here are tips on converting a social event into a networking opportunity in a tactful way. Read More
When you apply for a job, you are asking a perspective employer to believe in you. That leap of faith will be much more likely if you believe in yourself. Self-belief is critical to your job search. It creates a confidence that comes through in every encounter, allowing you to effectively sell yourself and get hired.
Many job seekers are at a time in their life when they feel deeply insecure. Read More
Job seekers often ask “How much time should I spend each day on my job search?” There is no one right answer, but suffice to say the amount of time you spend making strategic efforts directly correlates to your results. If you put in the bare minimum, such as just enough to collect unemployment insurance, you should not be surprised to see minimal results.