News and Articles About Job Seeking
It's one of the most popular questions in interviews, and also one of the most understandable.
Here's something to think about before you invest your entire afternoon on that job application.
Getting a job, any job, is not an easy task, but preparing for the interview isn't a mystery. Master these aspects to get into the next round.
A new study also looks at the disconnect between recent college grads who think they are ready for the workforce and the hiring managers who disagree.
The firmer labor market tone was also evident in another report on Tuesday, which showed small businesses increasingly having trouble finding qualified workers to fill open positions.
With 65 percent of employers hiring from social media, it pays to "get social and get hired."
The influx of capital will be used, in part, to expand the company's mobile offerings.
A few requests from job hunters to interviewers.
Make More Happen
Starting your own business has an added risk: a tougher road to get hired by someone else later.
If you can't say anything nice about your employer, maybe you ought to look for another job.
Paid attention to your "professional summary"? Maybe it's time you did.
Weekly Tips Roundup
Entrepreneurs share insider tips to help you ace your job hunt.
Hint: Keywords count.
If you're a job-seeker and you're frustrated, you're not alone. The hiring process is broken.