Category Archives: Job Search Tips

Helpful ideas to help you throughout the hiring process…

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Jojari analyzes millions of jobs every day so you don’t have to. You can easily upload your resume or LinkedIn profile and instantly see matching jobs. You can also use Jojari’s job alerts to regularly search across hundreds of job boards for you.

Jojari Job Search

To assist you with your job search, I have identified a great resource which helps you find jobs matching your resume. Jojari analyzes millions of jobs every day so you don’t have to. You can easily upload your resume or LinkedIn profile and instantly see matching jobs. You can also use Jojari’s job alerts to regularly search across hundreds of […] Keep Reading...

How to brand and market yourself…

As a job seeker, your brand distinguishes you in whatever way you choose. How you cultivate your profile will directly speak to your next employer. It’s often said that to be successful in the career world, those who are job searching need to be able to showcase their experience on multiple platforms to capture the attention of those hiring. Think […] Keep Reading...

I’ll take any job right now!

“I don’t care about a career direction, I just need a job!” This is what many job seekers say when they’re frustrated by the lack of response they’re getting from potential employers. It’s no surprise that finding a job takes time and effort, but when you’re in the midst of a job search, it’s very easy to minimize the emotional […] Keep Reading...

It pays to research the company…

Companies conducting background checks, Googling applicants, checking them out on Facebook, and finding out as much as they can about candidates for employment seems to be the norm, these days. However, it works both ways. You can find out about companies, as well, to make sure the company is one you want to work for and the job is a […] Keep Reading...

Still not getting interviews…

If you’ve been out of work for several months and aren’t getting any interviews–or you’re going on interviews but not getting any offers–you should adjust your approach to job-hunting. First, reevaluate your resume yourself or consider getting a professional writer to critique it. Make sure you replace expressions like “strong team player” and “possess organizational skills” with strong, active verbs […] Keep Reading...

The importance of an online presence in your job search…

When you’re conducting a job search, you need to make it easy for recruiters and hiring managers to find you online. Why? In today’s competitive job market, recruiters and employers often seek passive candidates because they are being inundated with resumes the minute they post a new job opportunity. Just to be clear, passive candidates are those that aren’t necessarily […] Keep Reading...

Leg up in a competitive job market…

Despite the crowded job market, many professionals are landing new, rewarding positions. How do they do it? By taking a strategic approach to job hunting, keeping up a positive, confident attitude and using competition to bolster their efforts. This last point is most important since job competition is relatively high right now. The thing is, most job hunters cower in […] Keep Reading...

How to handle a phone interview…

Don’t think that you’re getting off easy if you’re asked to schedule a telephone interview. Phone interview etiquette is just as important as in-person job interview etiquette when it comes to getting hired. That’s because, regardless of how the interview is conducted, a sucessful interview will get you to the next stage of the hiring process. Review phone interview etiquette, […] Keep Reading...

Find a job using LinkedIn…

Pouring over job advertisements in the classifieds is a thing of the past. As with just about everything else, job searches happen online. But how can you improve your chances of landing a job? Here are a few handy tips on using LinkedIn to land a job faster. 1) For starters complete your professional profile. If you want a job, […] Keep Reading...

Even more interview advice…

The more you go on job interviews, the easier they become. For those in the workforce, interviewing skills are very important and (whether it’s right or wrong) can have a huge impact on how far you advance in your career. The best thing I ever did to help myself with interviews was to prepare my answers in advance. I found […] Keep Reading...
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