CAREER ADVICE ROUND-UP FOR JANUARY 8TH
Here is the career advice round-up for the week of January 8th…
Most read Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. The new year is on top of us. You have a decision to make: are you going to keep your job for another year, or strike out for greener pastures in 2018? Now is the perfect time to ask, “Does my job still deserve me?”
You know what your goal is when you’re writing your resume: You’ve got to capture recruiters’ and hiring managers’ interest in a way that separates you from everyone else in the stack.
If you’re job searching, it’s quite likely that at some point working with a recruiter will be part of your plan. Recruiters are a great resource and can be effective advocates for candidates. Depending on your relationship, your recruiter may start to feel like a friend or potentially a therapist.
When posing the question about an applicant’s dream job, the co-owners were surprised by a response that had nothing to do with the position on the table. “From the age of probably 5 years old, I watched ‘Jerry Maguire’ and I wanted to be a sports agent,” said one job seeker.
Most job search advice focuses on resume writing and interview techniques. We think that what you do after the interview is as important as everything you did to get the interview. As such, we want to share a few links that deal with what job seeker advice for after the interview…