Indeed.com is now one of the biggest online job boards. Because when it comes to candidates being hired, Indeed delivers. Of course your resume will need to make its way over to this website, but how will you separate yourself from the thousands of other candidates? Here are some of the best tips and advice for posting your resume on Indeed and getting above the rest of the herd.
When writing a professional email, the first impression is made before you even write the first line. Maybe you made your email address when you were young and never changed it, but “jacklaxguy98@hotmail” or “susiesunfl0wer@yahoo” could use a professional update. You want to make sure your email address is identifiable, so the person you are emailing will recognize that it’s you. You might be saying to yourself “I’ve written tons of emails in my life, I have this down already”. However, there are some key things to keep in mind when writing a professional email that you’ll want to make sure to remember. Here are 8 email tips that will help you build your professional persona!
You have entered your interview. Everything is going very well. You think you’ve nailed every question they have thrown at you. You are confident that the job is yours. Then this happens…
Your LinkedIn profile is an online representation of yourself that employers will often see before meeting for the first interview. Like a first impression, it is important that your LinkedIn showcases the abilities and persona you would like employers to see.
Most people overlook their small, part-time, summer jobs. But why overlook a rather small job when the value of it is huge!
Frequently, the message on your answering machine is a future employer’s first impression of you. A truly remarkable voicemail is the first step to getting your dream job. As someone who frequently calls young professionals, I have heard many wonderful and striking voicemails. The following are some of the best. Before we get started, here are some helpful tips.