May 3rd, 2016
If you’re on the hunt for career building resources, it’s important to know which websites offer the best information for helping you land your next dream job. Whether you’re seeking a job board, an industry leader’s blog or personal development tips, read on for five of the best career building websites.
5 Best Career Building Websites
- A Better Interview
The interview process can make or break your chances at landing a potential new position. Come to the meeting prepared by brushing up on your interview skills at A Better Interview. In addition to a blog filled with topics ranging from how to increase your LinkedIn visibility to flattering the hiring manager, A Better Interview can help you rate your skills and provide valuable feedback. Read the rest of this entry »
April 21st, 2015
In your job search, timing can be crucial. Sending an application and having your interview at the right time of year can determine whether you’ll get noticed. There are certain times in each industry where hiring picks up and chances of landing a new career are good; here are the 3 best times of year to job search.
3 Best Times to Job Search
- The New Year
Everyone wants a fresh start in the New Year and hiring managers are no exception. As the company settles into the new 1st quarter budget, they will be seeking new employees. The New Year is a great time to start searching for new positions, but it will be competitive so make sure you nail the interview. Read the rest of this entry »
January 20th, 2015
2015 is a great time to make a career switch in a variety of growing industries. Whether you’re choosing your first career or entering a new field, there are many ways to tell if you’re in the best job to suit your skills. When deciding what career to choose, it’s important to determine what values are important to you. Here are 5 questions to ask yourself before choosing a career in 2015.
What Career to Choose? 5 Questions to Ask
- Are you a people-person?
Do you like interacting socially while at work? Are you prepared to be in the public spotlight? Some careers require more interpersonal skills and public speaking than others, so before deciding what career to choose, make sure you know what level of hands-on communication you’re looking for in your job. Read the rest of this entry »