If you've been with your current employer for a while, it may be time to think about asking for a raise. Just the thought of this can be intimidating, but if you handle things properly, it doesn't have to be a scary undertaking. Follow these strategies to prepare for the big negotiation.
Writing your cover letter can be tricky for job seekers. You want to keep things professional, you don't want to come across as desperate, and most of all you want the person reading it to pick up the phone and call you. Here are some quick tips for you as you work on your next … Continue reading Cover Letter Do’s and Don’ts
Taking your resume from good to great takes time and effort, but it can be the difference in getting an interview or not, so it is well worth it.
A new year is upon us! Why not make some resolutions that will help this be your best year at work?
If you are submitting a ton of applications and not getting interviews, there are a few things that could be your likely culprit.
Applying for an out-of-state job can be tricky, but will it hurt your chances of getting the job? Here are some tips to compensate for the distance between you and your future employer.
Your learning path is your roadmap to gaining skills and knowledge that you Didn’t learn in school Aren’t learning or don’t have time to learn on-the-job; and Will help you meet your career goals. Whether that means a new position, a raise, or a new career altogether. Why do you need to plan your path? … Continue reading Map Your Own Learning Path
While reading the recent article, 6 Key Career Move Questions, from Ellen Huxtable on the Business 2 Community site, I started wondering, how DO you know when it is time to start job hunting? Sometimes this can be an easy question to answer - if you're moving to a new city, facing a pending layoff, … Continue reading Is it time to start job hunting? One easy rule to help you decide
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