We should anchor our identities not to what we do but to why we do it, writes Maya Shankar in the Washington Post.
Posts Tagged: job search
Recent studies have found that employers increasingly emphasized the importance of soft skills when hiring and promoting workers.
By knowing their value to the workforce, college graduates can make an excellent start toward a productive and meaningful life in the competitive job market.
Setting time aside to complete a job search is important, and yet, we don’t tend to take the job search seriously until we really need to.
Does your dream job require 3 to 5 years of experience that you don’t have? Here are a few things you can do to bridge the gap.
Whatever you want to do, there are thousands of opportunities to help you get there. It’s an exciting, nerve-wracking, amazing time in your life, so don’t rush it!
Being deliberate about job searching is essential for millennials working to build their networks and their careers. Taking full advantage of LinkedIn and other professional tools can help give you an advantage in the field.
To make the cut, craft your résumé to instantly win over hiring managers. Here are some ways to do so.
A cover letter can be a powerful tool for landing yourself an interview. It can give a better glimpse into your personality and how you’ll fit with the company culture than a simple resume, and it can give you a chance to provide a context around your achievements. A poorly-written cover letter, on the otherRead… Read more »
Job boards, interview jitters, resumes, and recruiters. You’ve left that all behind now that you’ve landed your dream job, right? Sure, you may be perfectly happy with your current position, but it doesn’t hurt to keep your ear to the ground for other opportunities – and in fact, it could even help you excel in theRead… Read more »