How to get a non-profit job
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2012
If you’re thinking of a career transition, especially if you are close to the traditional retirement years, there are many issues you’ll want to consider before making a move. During this transition, consider: are you actually in the sunrise stage of your career? A New York Times article by Eileen Zimmerman outlines a variety of questions to consider for people considering retiring: Zimmerman quotes David D. Corbett, foun...
Short Quick Ideas for Job Hunting in 2012
by Jason Stauffacher - Jan, 2012
Short Quick Ideas for Job Hunting in 2012 Tenet 1: show off yourself. Tell them what you've done, and don't be shy. Tenet 2: connect creatively with HR and managers. Think outside the HR box. It has to be done in this modern web 2.0 day-and-age. Tenet 3: echo your skills. Tell others about what you are good at. It might lead to a job via a simple conversations over drinks.
Should you just take any old job?
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2012
I was talking to a career coaching client recently whose husband works at a large rental car corporation. He has been posting for a job opening for over a month. They have received very few, if any responses to the job listing. I know that most people don’t want to take a job they don’t like or one that would lower their morale. It can be frustrating to think you have to settle with any old job, especially something that is lo...
Ten Job Search Strategies for 2012
by Barbara Safani - Jan, 2012
The holidays are behind us. And maybe you’ve made a few New Year’s resolutions…Lose weight, save more money…or maybe look for a new job. There are many simple, painless changes you can make in 2012 to increase your chances of finding your next job. Here are my top ten. 1.Update your resume. The last week of December was one of my busiest weeks ever. People who had no expectations of being sourced for a position and interview...
Tips to Position Yourself for a Promotion
by Louise Garver - Jan, 2012
“Am I where I want to be in my career?” There are many phases to a career. It can be thought of like a beginning, middle and end. In the beginning an individual experiences almost all new learning, skill development and obtaining industry knowledge. The middle (as well as the end) of a person’s career can be a comfortable place to be – for a while. At this point, you may know your industry, have gained skills to do your jo...
3 Easy-to-Make Mistakes Job Candidates Should Avoid At All Costs
by Amanda Abella - Dec, 2011
Companies usually rev up hiring in January thanks to new budgets and the expiration of hiring freezes, which means if you’re a job seeker, you have an opportunity. But as a recruiter for a private employment agency, I can tell you that so many applicants are disqualified because of one wrong move. I interview droves of people and yet only want to refer about 10 percent to companies we work with. What disqualifies so...
Cover Letters That Get Attention
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2011
Let’s be clear up-front about this. I do not mean you should write a cover letter that makes the hiring manager or other reader leap up from his/her chair and keel over from shock! Getting employers’ attention is critical, but it needs to be the right kind of attention. In other words, it has to generate the type of response you need—most importantly, a phone call that can lead to an interview. Always, always keep that goal in...
Should You Slow Down Your Job Search During the Holidays?
by Louise Garver - Dec, 2011
With the exception of the week between December 25th and January 1st, executive candidates should keep up the job search pace and not wait until January to initiate a new career campaign. So the answer is NO! Many opportunities may be missed during late November through December. You don’t want to kick yourself later saying. “I could have been hired, only if…..” Companies that are considering hiring campaigns in the new year (...
Standing Out in a Job Search
by Joshua Waldman - Dec, 2011
Sometimes, there is nothing wrong with defining who you are based on NOT being someone else. Let me explain. When I was in high school, I didn’t really stand out. Despite how hard I tried. Grew my hair long, dyed it green. Whatever it was I tried, it didn’t really work. I was still the quiet, unremarkable white kid in the back of the class. Then, one day the loud speaker announced, “Will Joshua Waldron please come...
Top Tips for Pumping Up Your Job Search Results
by Joan Runnheim Olson - Dec, 2011
1. Network, Network, Network!!! Up to 80% of jobs are found through networking. In addition to face-to-face networking (the most powerful) be sure to add social media networking to your list. 2. Treat your job search like a job. Be willing to spend 35 hours a week in your search if you're unemployed and up to 15 if you're employed. Any less than that will most likely lengthen the amount of time you spend looking for yo...
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