CAREER ADVICE ROUND-UP FOR JANUARY 2ND
Here is the career advice round-up for the week of January 2nd…
The New Year is coming, and you’re making a list of resolutions. And if you’ve got a few related to your career, you might want to consider ditching the typical to-dos and adopting these more unconventional resolutions instead. If you’re shooting for a raise or promotion next year, you might be thinking about putting in longer hours to prove your worth.
A lot of jobs are never published by hiring companies. Instead, recruiters search resume databases to find candidates for these positions. Optimizing your online profile with StyleCareers.com (and other sites) will go a long way in helping recruiters find you for…
Occasionally it happens. You start a new job, only to realize it’s not what you had hoped. Perhaps the job was oversold by the employer, or it’s a new role you thought you would enjoy more. Or maybe you just weren’t in a financial position to turn down the job offer.
Executive Summary In a perfect world, job interviewers would be able to gauge your talents with great accuracy, so that you wouldn’t need to engage in any form of boasting or self-promotion. But research suggests that’s far from the case.