Tag Archives: networking

How to Get a New Job by Labor Day

  Finally, after the long winter, Memorial Day is here! It’s the unofficial start of summer. And it’s an exciting season for the job searcher. It’s the best time to look for a job. And here is why: Many job searchers take the summer off There’s less competition for you It’s the barbecue, graduation and […]

What You Want Your Spouse to Know About Your Job Search

My last post talked about the importance of communication in your job search.  Keeping your spouse in the loop will ease some stress.  Today, I would like to talk to your spouse about how to treat you in your job search.  I have heard many job searchers express these are things their spouse knew, and […]

A Hidden Golden Nugget for Job Searchers

You are a job searcher.  You are looking all over the place—online and offline, at networking events, big boards, niche boards, newspapers to name only a few.  But there are some places you can be looking that you might not be using.  Did you know that your local Chamber of Commerce has networking events?  Or […]

Changes to Make in Your 2014 Job Search for Success.

  The old Chinese proverb, “Insanity is doing the same thing in the same way & expecting a different outcome” is true in job searching.  If you are doing the same thing over and over, but not getting results, it’s time to start doing things differently. Below you will find ways to tweak your job […]

Holiday Events Where you Can Network Your Way to a Job

Over 80% of all jobs are obtained by networking.  From that, you know that networking is an indispensable part of your job search.  A holiday job search is no different.  But the good thing about the holidays is there are plenty of events that you can use to network.  The most crucial thing you must […]