Category Archives: career transitions
I don’t have to tell anyone that a long unemployed job search is stressful, especially if you are in the middle of such a search. Many people lose their sense of humor and forget how to laugh and enjoy life. It’s a case of which came first the chicken or the egg. Did you become […]
One Really Good Tip To End Your Job Search: For phone screen success, it’s the little things that matter.
Your résumé has done what it was supposed to do; it captured the attention of the hiring company and they want to know more about. The first step in the long process is a phone interview or phone screen. The hiring company will call to ask about details not on the résumé. One thing they […]
The other day while reading an article, I came across the term “Homers”. “Homers” is a term used by some recruiters to describe the unemployedoyed equating them to the fictional character Homer Simpson. He is the overweight, lazy, rude and incompetent father in a cartoon series. There are some company recruiters who falsely view […]
Statistics wasn’t my favorite class, but I need them for many things. They are used for many things from voting to purchasing decisions. You can achieve success in your job search using statistics. How is your job search going? Are you getting interviews? Are your interviews turning into offers? If your job search isn’t going […]