This article can be very helpful to make a great first impression at your job interview. Read and find out what these great 5 tips are!
"Like many twentysomethings who graduated from college in recent years, Gregg Chiarello had a hard time getting a career started…So Chiarello reached out to an old college friend…The personal connection helped Chiarello get his first “real job” last November.
…success with networking is just one example of the techniques and tools that recent college grads — and not-so-recent ones, for that matter — can employ to break into one of the toughest job markets in decades.”
From The Boston Globe -By Joan Axelrod-Contrada
- 7 months ago
Getting back in to the swing of things can be difficult, especially from holiday munching, parties, and lounging by a fire place.
Let the start of the new year be inspirational and motivational.
- 8 months ago
Tanya Pai writes in the “Washingtonian” how Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn can help land your next dream job.
"LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook can offer a leg up, but they each have distinct benefits."
Read here to learn about the helpful tips each of these social media sites can bring to benefit your job search.
"In today’s highly competitive job market, it’s prudent to take the time to plan ahead and formulate a strategy for your career search."
Take a look at this article to help you in your job search - work on your social media, networking, and organization!