Here’s a quick way to handle a poor job search strategy: Breathe deeply !

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8 Resume Do Nots

8 Resume Do Nots

Listing skills, technical competencies, association memberships, trainings and education never go out of style and should be included to help the hiring manager know that you are a relevant member of the workforce and can add value to their company. There are special emphasis that special populations should be sure to include on their resumes, such as linked in profiles, twitter accounts and professional Facebook accounts in a hyperlink.. Be sure that your resume keeps you among the relevant workers who make a difference. For complete article, see http://www.localjobnetwork.com/a/t-8-resume-do-nots-au-debra-ann-matthews-articles-a6756.html.

Top 4 Things Young Job Seekers Can Do To Get Their First Job

Top 4 Things Young Job Seekers Can Do To Get Their First Job

First of all, know that it may take a long time to obtain a job. And even after landing your first job, you may only work part-time. Companies stagger their total labor hours based on busy times, high revenue hours and budget. The key to this job is to get hired, prove that you can work well with others and also serve the needs of the company. And these company goals are one reason why it takes a long time to find a job. It is expensive for a company to hire an entry level worker and offer training. So if you are ready for the challenge, here are four top things young job seekers can do to get their first job:

4 Tips for military vets on how to gather references

4 Tips for military vets on how to gather references

Nowadays, expect for hiring managers to Google and Facebook you prior to any initial calls to arrange an interview. You can also expect that prior to an interview, all of your references will be contacted via email, phone or by mail to request information about your credentials, character and overall performance history.