Are You a Chronic Job Hopper? Here’s How You Should Structure Your Resume

Posted

There are many understandable and acceptable reasons to stay at jobs for shorter durations. However, hiring managers often are concerned about taking chances on what they consider “job hoppers” because they may be afraid of performance or commitment issues. To combat issues about job hopping, it’s important to pay special attention to crafting your resume…. Read more »

How to Win the Job by Acing Your First Impression

Posted

How to Win the Job by Acing Your First Impression

Once your resume has served its purpose and gotten you a job interview, it’s time to hone your first impression. Hiring managers know your basic qualifications, but an in-person meeting can help them get a sense of what type of employee you would be. Ace your first impression and win the job with these interview… Read more »

How to Protect Yourself from Job Search Depression

Posted

Job Search Depression

Finding a new job takes time – an average of six weeks, according to 2014 findings from Jobvite. And the more senior or specialized the role, the longer it will take. Knowing logically that your job search requires time to happen, such as for your application to be reviewed, interviews to be scheduled, and decisions… Read more »