One of the hardest things to do is find a new opportunity. It doesn’t matter if you’re currently employed or not, searching for a new job takes time and can be very stressful. It also doesn’t get a day off. When looking for a job, it can feel like we need to be looking every day.
Even on a holiday.
Tomorrow is Independence Day in the United States. For those of you who might be looking for a new opportunity, here are a few posts I hope you will find helpful.
Many employees know what it’s like to be stuck in a dead end job. There are some things you can do about it. We ask the experts share their tips and advice.
When you’re looking for a job, it’s important to think of your online presence. This infographic shows what recruiters are looking at and what to focus on.
Multiple job titles with the same employer? An HR Bartender reader asks which job title to use on their resume. We go to the resume pros for the answer.
Many job seekers have a bad job interview. There are things you can do if things don’t go as planned. We ask the experts to share their tips and advice.
Follow up is extremely important after a job interview. But, how should you follow up? A letter or email? There’s a lot to consider to get it right.
You’re looking for a new job. The interview went well. Now they want references. Does that mean you got the job? The experts share their thoughts and tips.
A job search is serious business. In fact, how many times have you heard looking for a job IS a full-time job?! But just like it’s important to take a break and refresh with our full-time jobs, we need to do that with our job search. So maybe our job search occasionally needs a little time off. I think it could make us better at it.1