JOB SEARCH MISTAKES

Assuming all candidates are equal, it’s the finalist candidate who makes the fewest mistakes that will get a job offer.  Here are some errors, plus dos and don’ts during your job search: OBJECTIVE – If you don’t know what you want, your chances of finding the right job is diminished.  Identify your goal and develop… Continue reading JOB SEARCH MISTAKES

WOW! 31% ARE NOT SURE

According to the Motley Fool, “Only 31% of US adults are confident their retirement savings will last.”  That’s an amazing number.  How sure are you about your plans and funding? Why are people concerned about their future?  Here’s a beginning list: The current economic downturn or potential recession The world conflicts and potential escalation with… Continue reading WOW! 31% ARE NOT SURE

YOUR INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

Most candidates are prepared and ready for questions asked of them by the interviewer.  Those questions are usually about work experiences and results achieved.  Candidates spend less time preparing for their own questions to the interviewer.  Big mistake.  Here are the questions you need to ask, and the reasons why they’re important: There are two… Continue reading YOUR INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

GET NOTICED FOUR WAYS

Sometimes it’s hard to get noticed within an organization, especially when you’re working remotely or not a show-off.  The belief that your performance will speak for itself doesn’t always work and may not be visible to the decision makers.  “Out of sights, out of mind” can be a career hinderance even though you’re a high… Continue reading GET NOTICED FOUR WAYS

JOB SEARCH Q’s

Just about everyone asks the questions “Should I check out the marketplace?”  “Am I up to date and marketable?”  “Am I promotable in my current job?”  These are normal questions.  The need to answer those questions are vital.  The responses will be the solution to your future. Here are some questions that need answers: What’s… Continue reading JOB SEARCH Q’s