Topic: Job Search Process

Why do you go to work day to day? Presumably, you’re there primarily to earn the compensation you want in a place you like performing tasks you enjoy.

Why does an employer keep you coming back? Presumably because you’re adding value to the operation, either by generating revenues or savings or supporting operations that do.

The core of the job search is to sell that value to an employer who will satisfy the requirements you seek. To succeed, you need to prioritize both your goals and the value your achievements, skils and experience promise an employer. Read on to learn more about how to balance the two.

Should You Be Asking for More Money?

Should You Be Asking for More Money?

Compare yourself to other candidates to determine if you should be asking for more money.

Oh, the excuses you’ll make!

Oh, the excuses you’ll make!

Sometimes bad news comes in the prettiest packages.

My Single Best Tip

My Single Best Tip

This bit of advice has helped more people in more interviews than any other bit of advice we’ve shared.

8 Reasons You Are Getting Rejected

8 Reasons You Are Getting Rejected

Learn why you could have lost out on that open job position.

5 Excuses You’re Using To Put Off Your Job Search

5 Excuses You’re Using To Put Off Your Job Search

Stop making excuses, and start being proactive with your job search.

8 Tips For Job Hunters Over 50

8 Tips For Job Hunters Over 50

Use these tips to get the best results out of your job hunting experience.

Ways to Use Social Media to Find a Job

Ways to Use Social Media to Find a Job

Utilize your social media accounts to help you in your job search.

6 Apps to Use During Your Job Search

6 Apps to Use During Your Job Search

Get back up to speed on your job search by trying out these useful apps.