One of the toughest parts of job searching is not knowing how long it will take. This is especially difficult to cope with after being laid off, or when looking for your first job as a recent college graduate. So after years of working as a recruiter, I’m going to share the average job search
Being laid off is tough, especially if you weren’t expecting it. You may experience depression after a layoff, as well as feelings of anxiety, self-doubt, and more. It’s natural to have these feelings, but they can also prevent you from being productive and finding a new jo. So in this article, we’re going to look
I’ve interviewed hundreds of people as a recruiter, and one of my favorite questions to ask is, “What are you looking for in your next position?” There are a couple of specific reasons your interviewer will ask this question, and a few big mistakes you need to avoid if you want to get the job.
If you’re looking for jobs that can be done remotely, then this list is for you. We’re going to look at the best work from home jobs and remote jobs available right now, and what it takes to get them. Here’s what you’re going to learn: What are the best jobs that can be done
If you want to change careers, you’re going to need a great resume to show employers why they should take a chance on you. You need to convince them that you’ll succeed in their role, even if you’ve done different work in the past. And while you can do some of this convincing in the
Zoom is a video conferencing software that’s becoming more popular for business meetings and remote/video job interviews in particular. It’s completely free for the job seeker, and the employer should handle most of the setup, but there are still some important things you need to know (and mistakes to avoid!) So in this article, I’m
If you’re sending an email to a recruiter, there are some things to know if you want them to respond (and some mistakes to avoid). So after working for almost 5 years as a recruiter, I’m going to share how to email a recruiter with email samples, examples of what not to do, and more.
If you’re looking for how to list references for a job (or who to list as references for a job), then you’re in the right place. I’m going to walk you through everything you need to know about giving professional references for a job – on your resume, on applications, after the interview, and when
Finding a new job after getting fired can be stressful, but it is doable. I’ve helped multiple people do this as a recruiter, and I’ve done it myself early in my career. So in this article, I’m going to walk you through: How to explain being fired for performance (with examples) How to explain being fired
One of the most common behavioral interview questions: “How do you handle conflict with a coworker?” or, “How do you handle conflict in the workplace?” Employers may also ask for a specific example of a time you had a workplace conflict and how you responded (with a question beginning with, “tell me about a time…”) So