Finding a job today requires more than just sending countless resumes to hiring managers continually. You are marketing yourself. You need to take advantage of the tools available to you. Social media has become
First impressions may make or break your introduction in any situation. This is particularly true when interviewing for a position. Employers immediately form an opinion when they meet a potential employee for first time interviews.
Every day, 2.5 quintillion bytes of new data are generated. On top of that, there are companies like Google, Apple, or Microsoft that are mining data. Other platforms are collecting data from third parties for
The good news: Most job seekers vastly underestimate how much power their resume has in shaping the hiring process. How you’re perceived, how difficult of an interview process you have, and yes, how big
After the end of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, many athletes will retire and look for a new job. Most of the athletes do not earn living with their sports and are forced
In 2017, manufacturing was on the rise, adding 138,000 jobs by December. Industry’s total real output was near an all-time high for the previous three years. Overall, last year was a good year for manufacturing.
Social media is a powerful way to promote your personal brand and reputation. Your personal brand is how you are perceived by your target audiences. These audiences might be prospective employers, networking contacts, colleagues,
Attending seminars, workshops, or conferences is a good way to network, learn new skills and enhance your workforce development. It also improves the prospects of landing a better job. For those with time and travel
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