3 Marketing Tactics to integrate into your Job Search

When you are launching your job search you are essentially putting yourself into the job market with your ‘brand.’ If you take a crash course in marketing 101 (check out YouTube for some great tutorials) you will find that your job search a little like marketing a brand in the market place! Although only 3Continue reading “3 Marketing Tactics to integrate into your Job Search”

How Cold Calling Can Help you Get a Job

If you ask a person to pick up the phone and call a friend it probably wouldn’t be a problem. Now if someone asked you to pick up the phone and randomly cold call someone and engage in a conversation how would you react? Cold calling is one of the toughest things to do atContinue reading “How Cold Calling Can Help you Get a Job”

Using Google Jobs for your Search

Google is already an essential component in any job seekers tool kit. It is easy to use and gives you the timely information you need. Recently Google has enriched their search palate by introducing Google Jobs. It’s a great and easy-to-use to tool when you’re on the job hunt. How do you access it? SimplyContinue reading “Using Google Jobs for your Search”

4 Out-of-the-Box Ideas to Finding a Job

As you begin your job search or have already invested some time looking, creativity is a something you must cultivate. Being creative while searching for a job will allow you to discover resources that often remain hidden to others. So start getting yourself noticed by using these out-of-box ideas to finding a job. 1.Create aContinue reading “4 Out-of-the-Box Ideas to Finding a Job”

10 Things to do Before Starting your Job Search

Before embarking on your job hunt, you must be sure to have several major items prepared including an updated resume. There is nothing more frustrating than getting a call for interview and your left scrambling the night before. So take a deep breath, keep positive and make sure you do these 10 things before applyingContinue reading “10 Things to do Before Starting your Job Search”

5 Quick Ways to Build Your Network

Building your network doesn’t have to be boring or a long drawn-out process. All you have to do is listen well, be eager to learn new things and either attending or creating events to build your network. Below are 5 great ways to build your network. And don’t forget, if you have some ways thatContinue reading “5 Quick Ways to Build Your Network”

Networking Your Way to a Job

Networking is a great way to build your contacts, learning from professionals and even make some friends along the way. Networking is something that everyone should be doing because it benefits everyone involved. If you are a job seeker, networking is one of the most important things you should be doing. Having a good resume/Continue reading “Networking Your Way to a Job”

8 Tips to Keeping Positive During Your Job Search

Searching for a job can be a job in itself. Between writing and retooling your resume and go out and knocking on company doors and religiously networking–the job hunt can be stressful, overwhelming and an experience you would like to soon forget. However, staying positive in this time can be particularly difficult. If you aren’tContinue reading “8 Tips to Keeping Positive During Your Job Search”

7 Ways to Finding a Job that You Will Love

Finding a job is sometimes hard work. It can be time consuming and challenging, however, the rewards can be great aside finding a job! Here are 7 ways to find a job that you will love. 1.Build a powerful network Building a strong and helpful network is key to finding a job you will love.Continue reading “7 Ways to Finding a Job that You Will Love”

5 Must-Use Online Job Search Resources

In the last decade we have seen the explosive growth of social media, the internet and the use of smart phones. Job seekers have also accustomed themselves with using the internet more and more in order to find and apply for jobs. 5 of the most popular online tools include Google and Indeed.com. They areContinue reading “5 Must-Use Online Job Search Resources”