Tag: job search
Transparency – make it easy for potential employers to know that you were off work for parenting reasons. We all were brought into this world by our mom’s and employers should understand the realities of parenting.
Confidence – maintain confidence that your skills do not lose their value even though you have been out of the “paid … Read More »
There are few things more discouraging than a phone call or email advising, “Sorry, you didn’t get the job”. It especially stings if you felt you performed well in the interview and it was for a job you really wanted.
So, what went wrong? You don’t have to wonder. In fact, we recommend you follow up … Read More »
Henry Goldbeck came across the question “How to Combat Job Search Depression?” and shared his thoughts on it below:
“The biggest reason for job search depression is focusing on things out of your control. If you focus on what you can control and stay disciplined, you will feel much better during the job search and be less likely to become depressed or discouraged.
What can you control?
Your research of opportunities, … Read More »
Resume writing may seem simple, but when you get down to it you see that there are intricacies that go into making a good resume, especially one that stands out.
Most recruiters look at over 50 resumes per job posting. If a resume doesn’t stand out it can get lost among the … Read More »
We get a ton of resumes every day and it is our job to screen them and pick the best of the lot. Sometimes, we have resumes that come across on our desks that are hard to comprehend, too long, missing the right information or have other issues. Typically, we pass on resumes that … Read More »