The initial eCareerCoaching.com product family We are pleased to announce that our first eBook has been completed, and is ready for sale. For now, the book is available here: https://eCareerCoaching.com/shop. The 129-page Executive's Guide to Job Search is $19.95, and the 16-page Companion Workbook is $9.95. The Exec Job Search Guidebook has 5 chapters full … Continue reading Announcing the completion of our first eBook – now on sale
Beat resume bots (aka Applicant Tracking Systems - ATS) with these 8 tips on how to optimize your resume for digital submission!
This is Part 1 of a 2-part series on Formatting your Resume. There will be a total of 8 suggestions when you combine the two posts.
IT’S JOB BOARD TUESDAY FOR MARCH 30, 2021. WE WISH YOU GOOD LUCK FINDING SOMETHING IN HERE THAT INTERESTS YOU! LET US KNOW IF WE CAN SUPPORT YOU IN YOUR EFFORTS If you’ve been following us for a while, you know that we normally publish this Job Board report most Tuesdays to assist you in … Continue reading Job Board Tuesday [Careering] – April 27, 2021
Job Board Tuesday lists a few job boards that we track regularly to see trends, and one "niche job board of the week."
FOR THE NEXT FEW POSTS, WE’RE GOING TO FOLLOW AN IMAGINARY PERSON THROUGH THE JOURNEY FROM FURLOUGH TO FULL TIME. This is Chapter 5. So, you’ve been let go, laid off, furloughed, fired, terminated – whatever word you use all amounts to the same thing – you are now out of work. And you need … Continue reading FROM FURLOUGH TO FULL TIME – CHAPTER 5
From time to time, we repost the work (with permission) of other bloggers when we feel the topic is relevant to our followers. Mark Kelly is a single father, and writes for us from time to time. His topic today talks about how single working parents can juggle both work and children, with some creative … Continue reading Ways to Keep Kids Occupied While You Work [Guest Post]
This article talks about how to find the source information for stories you need to be able to tell quickly during interviews.
[Guest Post] If you'd like to be a full-time parent and still make money, take a look at this post by Mark Kellly from My dadventures.com. It's full of great information and resources for how to get going on this project.
In this series, we look at thing you should do in order to get ready for your next job search. We don't advocate writing your resume first!
Young Adults With Disabilities Can Find a Career in Business. This blog post will help you identify resources and ideas for your future.