I know. I should be overwhelmed with a sense of pride…
Every year millions of people make resolutions that are broken in a matter of days, the most common one is to ‘Get Fit’ and this is also the one that tends to be broken first. But if yours is to get a new job, then you should defiantly stick to it. You spend most of your life in a work environment so its importance that you enjoy what you do for a job.
There could be a number of reasons for your job not being right for you:
Added by Daniel Briggs on January 15, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Looking for a new job? Relatively happy where you are but could be tempted? Well however actively looking you are, here’s how to find the hidden jobs you might never hear about and then create an application so good they’ve just got to interview you.
Tip 1: Write your own CV/resume
Don't go and pay $50 to have someone write one for you. It's a waste of…Continue
I remember the moment vividly... I had just finished performing in my Junior Year musical and I was handed a card from my principal. On the front was a quote:
“Do what you love, love what you do, and deliver more than you promise.”
From that moment on, it became my life motto. I followed my dreams and went to college for music! And it wasn’t until much later that I realized that Doing what you love does not necessarily yield…Continue
Added by Angela Gleichsner on October 10, 2012 at 4:53pm — No Comments
As a recruiter I run into folks fairly consistently that tell me that they are happy in their current role, and they are not interested in anything else. How do you know?
With that in mind, I’ve come up with five reasons to keep your options open:
1) The only thing that is consistent in life is change. You just never know when your spouse is going to get a fantastic job offer across the country, or when your company will get bought out by its competitor. The work force…Continue
Added by Angela Gleichsner on September 28, 2012 at 11:08am — No Comments
Over the past few years, traditional business processes have been uprooted by the proliferation of the internet. Nowhere is that more evident than the recruiting and job hunting process. Fortunately, we…
Recruiters look at a lot of LinkedIN profiles so, whether you're looking for work or just open to new opportunities, investing some time in your profile is a worthwhile endeavour. You'll probably be logging in to change your password in the wake of the massive password leak, so why not take this opportunity to increase your odds of appearing on our radar?
Resume Rules Apply
For many people LinkedIN is an online resume more than a social network, which is why…Continue
The following is an excerpt from the job-hunting guide, “The Seven Keys to Job Hunting Success” published in the early nineties by Al Bratland & Jeff Beardsley. As I looked over this guide, I was amazed at how the key points they were trying to get across to anyone in the workforce, not just candidates, are often dismissed or overlooked in today’s environment. I will be updating their guide for today’s market. Even with the sheer volume of resume writing and…Continue
Added by FiberopticGal on May 15, 2012 at 7:51pm — No Comments
Last week several people from our staffing firm attended the American Staffing Association conference in New Orleans. As the owner of both a staffing firm (Dawson Resources) and a video technology firm (TalentRooster) I was able to observe from a unique angle. Our staffing firm is based in Ohio, where the economy couldn't be worse, yet our business couldn't be better, which got me thinking.... Clearly I'm no smarter than other owners, so what are we doing better? Following are the…Continue
CK Science is always looking for new and innovative ways to make the job hunting experience as easy and as enjoyable as possible for our candidates. We would therefore like to introduce to our new free Science Jobs iPhone app.
The Science Jobs app for iPhone will help take the hassle out of searching…
Added by CatherineGutsell on June 28, 2011 at 11:01am — No Comments
I know. I should be overwhelmed with a sense of pride…
Added by Ben on May 23, 2011 at 3:18pm — No Comments
"Hey you... Yeah you... the tall, balding guy who's getting a bit tubby around the midriff. Whats the best way to lay out my CV?" I get asked this question a lot by friends and colleagues. Over the years I've seen many designs and layouts from competency to chronologically career based with everything either side and in between thrown in for good…Continue
Added by Ben on April 5, 2011 at 11:01am — No Comments
Most of the answers I get revolve around new challenges, a company that is positioned better for growth, the usual. BUT, almost every…Continue
Added by Mark Bregman on December 6, 2010 at 1:22pm — No Comments
Things not going very well at work? Maybe you just want to see what’s ‘out there’ in the jobs marketplace. Whatever your reason for looking for a new job, and however ideal or not your current employer may be, there is still a certain etiquette involved in the way you go about your search.…Continue
Added by Kelly Moeller on October 13, 2010 at 9:00am — No Comments
This is a true story inspired by real events.....
I was talking to my younger sister last night. She just recently graduated with her Master's in English and she's been pounding the "pavement" - aka job boards - looking for work as a Teacher, Substitute Teacher, TA, etc. at the university…
Added by Kelly Moeller on September 14, 2010 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Job seekers hear about the hidden job market and often wonder how much is myth vs. reality. Here is a guide on what is real, and what you can do to tap into these opportunities.…Continue
Added by Mark Bregman on July 24, 2010 at 5:08pm — No Comments
The trend is moving positive, with many people actually “getting it” that a resume needs to be a promotional flyer that accurately represents who you are in a selective, exciting, compelling manner. BUT, too many people still have really bad resumes!…Continue
Added by Mark Bregman on March 22, 2010 at 6:22pm — No Comments