Deciding who to reach out varies depending on the role, industry, and experience required, but if you want to get approached by a recruiter, consider the following key factors.Read More
Find out what most people miss about why strengths are so important, and how to leverage them to land a job you love. Free digital download inside!Read More
The search is over. You’ve scored a shiny new job offer from an awesome company, and now all you have to do is let your employer know that you’ll be moving on. After you deliver the news that you’re leaving, you’ll still have a couple more weeks of work ahead of you—and those last two weeks can be pretty weird.Read More
Well, this is awkward. You’ve been job searching, and now your boss knows it. Whether she overheard you chatting up a co-worker about your recent interview, called you on all of those “dentist appointments” you’ve been going to, or found a copy of your resume in the office printer, there’s no longer any way to hide the fact that you’ve been looking. What next?Read More
Looking for a new job is no easy task. The process is fraught with sterile rejection emails, awkward interview experiences, and tricky conversations. Sometimes you may even go months without getting a single interview. At some point during your search, you might hit a road block that is so devastating, you begin to question whether or not you should even keep looking.
It’s well documented that people only spend about six seconds looking at each resume they receive. Fortunately, there are also tons of great articles dedicated to making the most out of those six seconds.
Even more fortunately, I’m going to give you the inside scoop from the perspective of a six-second recruiter.Read More