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Finding the right employment position is stressful at the best of times. But the pandemic and rapid digitization of the job market is making the prospect of searching for a new job downright terrifying. LinkedIn profile optimization, endless streams of correspondence, and, of course, those...

When beginning a new job hunt, having clear criteria to use as search filters will help narrow the available opportunities. While it is critical to keep in mind criteria specific to job function, location, and industry, it is equally, if not more, vital to consider...

If you’re in the middle of a job hunt, you may feel that playing the numbers game and sharing your resume with multiple employers will increase your chances for more interviews and considerations. That’s not necessarily the case. Instead, it’s best to focus your application...

Your resume is essential to help you land your dream job. However, if there is anything unusual or out-of-the-ordinary on it, hiring managers and human resource personnel may inquire about it and place you low on their “favorite’s list.” So, what should you do if...

No matter if you live out of town or a company is trying to limit their staff’s exposure to the public, you may be asked to complete a telephone interview as you search for a new job. Unfortunately, telephone interviews can be nerve-wracking. You must...

Searching for your dream job can be an overwhelming and frustrating process. You can send in dozens of applications and attend numerous interviews and still get nowhere. A job fair is a terrific way to meet face-to-face with an employer. These opportunities are more than...

It can be so exciting to get a chance to interview for a new job. Whether it’s because you haven’t had luck finding something, or it’s the company of your dreams, or the beginning of your career, nothing is more devastating than a terrible interview experience. But the reality is that it’s more common than you might think. And it doesn’t have to be the end of the conversation. terrible interview

What to do after a terrible interview:

You’re out in the market, you’ve polished your resume, and you’re networking like crazy. But you want a little extra help, a second pair of eyes and ears on the lookout for your next opportunity. One solution is to work with a headhunter. Having a professional help you can reduce stress and expedite your job search. But how do you choose a headhunter? What do you need to know about them? And what will they ask of you? how to choose a headhunter

Here are tips on how to choose a headhunter: