Tag Archives: job search

The secret formula to success

In the quote by Napoleon Hill, “Patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success,”  we find the recipe for job search success.  The combination of all three is what separates the successful job searchers from the unsuccessful.  You can’t have one without the other two.  It’s a complete package. Patience.  Patience is a […]

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 […]

Finding Your Future

Deciding to leave your job for a new one is challenging.  Once you the decision to leave is made, you have to decide if you want to do the same job or try something different.  A job search for the same job is easier than a new career.  You can start looking at the job […]

How to Recharge Your Job Search

How frustrating it is when you want a cold glass of milk, but someone before you took it all.  The carton is empty.  When it’s gone, it’s gone.  Nil, zip, zero.   No matter how much you want it, there is nothing there.  You can squeeze and squeeze, but you won’t get anything.  The same is […]

The Job Search and the Boston Marathon

When you started your job search, you thought it would be over quickly.  You thought you were going to sprint to the finish line with a new job in no time.  However, you have since learned that the job search is more of a marathon than a sprint. Whether you are unemployed and looking or […]