Have you ever struggled to find a job? Maybe you found a job already, but you want to learn more about it and what it is you signed up for. I'm here to tell you that both Glassdoor and Indeed can help you with your job searching needs.
Most of us want to think we are the best at what we do, or we at least want to be. But if we’re being honest – there are hundreds, maybe thousands, of people out there with the same skills as us. Competition can be scary- How can I get them to pick me? How will I make myself stand out? Well, thankfully we have this tool called social media we can use to our advantage. You can actually use your social media profiles to share your knowledge, skills, and experiences in a way that shows off your professional expertise. 70% of employers now do online pre-screening of their applicants, so use this opportunity to your advantage. But first, you need to answer the big question: What is my personal brand?
We all know what it means to take a break; to take time for yourself, and recharge before you continue on your journey. Did you know how important it is for your health? Working too hard can lead to a burn out, which can stall your job search process. Searching for your dream job can be stressful. Also, creating the perfect resume or perfecting your LinkedIn profile takes time. But despite this, it’s also important to take some time for yourself.
Are you a college student, like me, struggling to start your resume? Would you like to catch the eyes of employers? If you said yes to these questions, I have 3 tips to help you create a strong, effective resume and help you get to that next step: grabbing your dream job.