5 Ways to Increase Your Chances of getting Hired

Every job seeker wants to find an edge when it comes to landing a job. Even if the job market is good, it’s still sometimes a struggle to get a job. So, how are you doing in your job search? If you aren’t having success try these 5 ways to increase your chances of gettingContinue reading “5 Ways to Increase Your Chances of getting Hired”

7 Steps to Creating a Balanced Job Search Plan

Are you ready to find your next job?is that a yes? Excellent! However, you must have a consistent and balanced plan before you head out to start your job search. Here are 7 solid steps to creating a balaced job search plan: 1.Every opportunity Write down everyone and everything that can help you find aContinue reading “7 Steps to Creating a Balanced Job Search Plan”

How to Super Charge Your Job Search

Whether you are starting your job search or are right in the middle of it, getting a much needed spark is sometimes needed to get it running along. Being a full time job searcher can no doubt be a stressful affair but it can benefit tremendously by having a lot of support, some lucky breaksContinue reading “How to Super Charge Your Job Search”

4 Ways to Getting the Most Out of Your Job Search Resources

Before getting totally immersed in your job search it is important to understand the resources and tools you are using. Here are 4 ways to getting the most out of your job search resources: 1. Google As discussed before Google is perhaps one of your most important resources when you are finding job. Indeed, forContinue reading “4 Ways to Getting the Most Out of Your Job Search Resources”

How to Use Labour Market Information in your Job Search

Whenever we start our job search we typically focus on the basics: getting a resume done and the applying for jobs online or in-person. But it is important to use data for our long term aims. One such piece of information (and relatively easy to come by) is Labour Market Information or LMI for short.Continue reading “How to Use Labour Market Information in your Job Search”

Utilizing Library Resources in Your Job Search (Pt. 2)

Libraries are chock full of great resources that you can access with your library card. If you are a job seeker the library is one of the most important places to go to when trying to find a job. Here are a few more ways that you can utilize your library in your job search:Continue reading “Utilizing Library Resources in Your Job Search (Pt. 2)”

How to Maximize Your Mobile during Your Job Search

In the last decade the mobile phone has gone through many amazing changes. It has become the ultimate tool in our day-to-day lives. We use it to play, organize, and some of us even have well-paying careers relating to the smart phone! It is also an important tool in any job seeker’s arsenal. So howContinue reading “How to Maximize Your Mobile during Your Job Search”

6 Ways to use Facebook in your job search

Facebook is definitely one of the most powerful social media platforms around today. It has over 1 billion registered profiles and each and every day over 200 million users login. The good thing about it is that Facebook is relatively free to use. Businesses spend billions of dollar harnessing the advertising power of Facebook soContinue reading “6 Ways to use Facebook in your job search”

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”

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”