Have you ever thought about what you want to do for your career? I don’t mean marketing or accounting, I mean in detail… specifically what you want to do and what topics it involves?
Can’t sleep because of those pre-interview jitters? Resumes are great for listing your qualifications, but how much can a piece of paper really show about a person? Although it can be nerve-racking, an interview is your opportunity to really show who you are. Here are a few tricks and tips to help ease your mind so you can succeed and shine.
What does corporate culture mean to you? Is it showing up to work on time, maintaining ethical standards, or maybe just smiling at a coworker. Well there are many definitions professionals will give you. However, they are often boring and hard to follow. I’m going to break it down for you in a way that is easier to remember. The company you work at should be a reflection of the kind of person you are. For example, if you are a marketing executive trying to sell cigarettes, but you are heavily against smoking you won’t be successful. What you need to do is find your dream job instead!
LinkedIn is a social media platform created to help people gain connections they need in order to put them in the best situation to obtain a job. It is a vital job search tool when starting that initial conversation with employers. Click here for more ways LinkedIn is helpful in the job search process. Most companies have a presence on LinkedIn. Here are is a step-by-step guide for you to get the best results when using LinkedIn.
Did you know that nearly 80% of jobs are found online? It has also been estimated that 95% of recruiters refer to the LinkedIn profiles of potential employees. Not only is LinkedIn a social media site and resume platform, it is a great place to start your job search. Here are a few things you can do to use LinkedIn as a search engine to find your dream job: