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!
Almost every week, we publish Job Board Tuesday, which looks at 4 sample job boards. 3 are consistent, so to draw trends, the 4th is the Niche Job Board of the Week.
This is part 2 of 7 in the series discussing how soft skills are at least, if not more so, valued by employers today.
Every week, we check in with a few job boards consistently, and also we search out a "niche job board of the week." Over 5,000 positions reported this week. Keep coming back!
We give tips on reducing nerves in an interview. Worse yet, your over-active nerves can take over your body and affect *during* an interview.
This post is the "Job Board Tuesday," published weekly on Tuesdays. We always follow a few job boards so that we can see trends, but also have one "Niche Job Board of the Week."
Content is still king in this world. You need to know how to present your abilities in their absolute best light, and in their strongest form. It's not just what you say, but how you say it that counts.
This post includes 5 resume writing tips to consider when you are looking to change careers or industries. Or just trying to get your next job in the current category.