These days, it's not just about what you post online, but where. In fact, according to a recent study, 37% of employers check your social media accounts when making hiring decisions.
Discouragement can quickly derail a job hunt. The longer a seeker goes without finding employment, the more difficult it can become to push forward with the attitude necessary to land a job.
Hiring budgets are usually staggered throughout each quarter when a company is going through a growth phase, and replacement hires can happen at any time.
The fact that you are job-less is perplexing. You have a promising resume, solid recommendations and a real drive to get the job, any job, done. You're enthusiastic, committed and just need a chance to prove yourself. So why hasn't anyone caught on to your stellar employment potential? Chances are, because you're letting them pass you by.
Standard cover letters and stale insight will not give you an edge, and will certainly not help land you an interview. If you want to get noticed then you're going to have to stand out. When it comes to the job-hunt your cover letter is your first (and sometimes only) impression, read on to discover 4 tips that will guarantee you a second look.
What matters most in your financial future? Everyone has dreams and that's why you set goalsâ€”to work toward a more fulfilling life.
But if all you do is dream and find yourself looking back at missed opportunities as you make the same goals repeatedly, you need to harness your dreams to a plan of attack.
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