Job Search Strategies
Find and keep a job you can love
The questions you ask during an interview tell a potential employer a lot about you. This article in Business Insider arms you with six questions that make a positive impression.
Criticism -- even if it's constructive criticism -- can be tough to stomach. How we respond to criticism lets others see behind the curtain of our lives. one is perfect, but accepting criticism is tough. Unbelievers watch how we respond to criticism and challenges to see who we really are...
The key to making a positive impression in a job interview is to ask good questions. But not questions you should know the answers to, like “What does the position entail?" or “What is your vacation policy?” Instead, consider the nine questions listed in this article.
Jack Welch, legendary former CEO of GE offers advice for 2013 graduates on how to establish your reputation in the workplace. How do you distinguish your self from all the other job applicants?
Within 90 seconds, 33% of bosses report that they know whether they will hire the person they're interviewing. Read this Undercover Recruiter article for interview tips. What would you add to the list?
Okay, you're 20-something, with a fabulous degree, and stuck with a career as a barista. We're all thankful for barista's but that's not covering your school debt, much less what you stayed up late studying and writing term papers for. There are a number of great articles on this site that...
You've sent in 200 resumes and zero calls back. What went wrong? Jim Stroud has surfaced some interesting reasons why your resume may not have floated to the top, along with statistics to back it up. And don't miss the link to how employers use the internet to find out more than you want...
Okay, you landed the interview and it went pretty well. What do you do next? You don’t want to annoy a potential employer, but you also don’t want to get lost in the shuffle. Fox Business offers three tips about how to follow up with employers.
Want to work overseas when you graduate? This article from Career Realism offers practical suggestions about how to make this happen.
In The High Calling, J.B. Wood explains five career mistakes you could make if you don't understand the sacredness of your work and how God wants your work to be a ministry.
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