Finding a job can take forever, but if you take some simple steps, you can cut your job search time significantly. You can absolutely get that next job quick, fast and in a hurry!
It’s the end of the week. What did you accomplish this week? Did you get praise from your boss for a job well done? Did you get praise from a client? Did you finish a big project? Did you close a deal? If you accomplished anything this week, no matter how small, write it down and stash it in your Accomplishments file. Here are the reasons why you should always keep a rolling list of your accomplishments.
It’s all about attitude – a positive attitude, that is. Your task in the interview is to prove that you’re the best qualified candidate for the job while showing that you possess a great attitude that will complement the organization. That means keeping your comments extremely positive and avoiding topics that can be perceived as negative.
By Khalilah Starks Whether it’s deserved or the company simply has to downsize, many professionals will experience the unfortunate event of losing a job. Personally, I have lost two jobs to company downsizing. The first was probably the most devastating experience ever. I’ll never forget my boss appearing to be choked up as he delivered the [...]
By Khalilah Starks Everybody has pet peeves. Today, I’m going to talk about the things that job seekers often do that annoy recruiters. So, if you happen to do any of these things – stop immediately! Continuing with this behavior can only hurt your chances of landing a job. Pet Peeve #1: Arriving to the interview [...]