3 ways you’re sabotaging your own job search.
If you’re like most people, you have a resume that includes something like this: • Hired as Director, Tri-State Area • Responsible for a budget of $1.
Would you like to see the name, title, compensation, work history and educational background of each person applying to the same jobs you’re applying to here at Ladders?
Ask yourself these questions before you submit your next job application.
I believe in building a brand from the inside out.
Skip the “Dear Sir or Madam” and zero in on exactly how you’re going to solve whatever problems the hiring company has.
How setting specific goals and reading job descriptions can save you hardship in your career search.
Want to see who else applied to that open position?
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