Tips for Job Seekers Archive
As an Operations Coordinator for Celebrity Staff, I spend a lot of my time reviewing resumes and calling candidates to chat with them about their work history and employment qualifications. Don’t FALL to the bottom of the list by making one of these mistakes.
For job seekers, looking for a job is a job. You can spend a whole day looking on job boards, Craigslist, and in the newspaper for job openings and at the end of the day you might feel like you accomplished nothing. It may make you feel hopeless and defeated or anxiety hits and you
When applying for jobs, it’s easy to overlook one important area - references. Application processes are often time consuming. By the time you get to the point of entering references, you find yourself tired, overwhelmed, or annoyed and simply leave that part blank or list people without giving much thought.
Imagine receiving a call from a company that is interested in interviewing you for your dream job. The initial excitement is overwhelming - you can’t wait to tell your friends, parents, and anyone who will listen. You prepare for the interview by going over possible questions, laying out your clothes, and going to bed dreaming
Whether it’s because someone is retiring or business is booming, you’ve made the decision to hire. What’s your next step? Bringing on a new member of your team is a big investment of time and money. You need to make sure the new person is truly a fit not only for the job but also
In the spirit of New Year’s resolutions, each year we all want to eat healthier, lose weight, and be a better person, but what about focusing on your career path? It is not too late to plan your career search for the New Year. Here are some helpful tips that will pay off when job
Between filling out lengthy applications, perfecting and re-perfecting your resume, and attending multiple interviews only to be the "runner-up" candidate, searching for a job can feel downright overwhelming. At times, you might feel a bit like Dorothy in the Land of Oz facing lions, and tigers, and bears--oh my!
I can’t tell you how many resumes I go through each day and think to myself, “Man, this is just terrible!” Sometimes, I wish I could call that person up and tell them I want to help them fix the disaster that is floating around on the internet.
Well, it’s that time of year again. Football has taken over lives, pumpkin flavored everything is on the shelves, and presidential candidates on both sides of the political fence are hot on the campaign trail.
Every week you go to the same networking group with the same people, and every week you give the same 30 second elevator speech. You may have rehearsed and rewritten it about 20 times to get it just right.