Collecting and sharing great job search advice is what I love to do! Each Sunday, I share some of the posts I feel had an impact on me and should help you! This week’s round up has advice for what to do before and after the job hunt! I hope you enjoy and share!
by Keppie Careers on US News & World Report
Generic email blasts to 100 of your closest friends asking for help will not produce the types of results you are looking for. Nor will introducing yourself as unemployed and desperately looking. Miriam not only provides what not to do, but suggests better alternatives! If you have difficulty figuring out what to say and how, go read her post! I would also highly recommend the book Laura Labovich and Miriam Salpeter wrote 100 Conversations for Career Success. I will be reviewing it next week! It is a wonderful guide for virtually any job search related conversation you will ever have!
by Renée Lee Rosenberg on Job-Hunt.org
I urge you to check out these 13 mistakes and see if you are making any of them. They are simple and easy to fix communication errors you can’t afford to overlook!
by Chanel Woods on Come Recommended
Uncovering the answers to these questions will greatly improve your chances for NOT walking into a toxic environment. They are also a great way of understanding what is really expected of you in the role you are interviewing for!
by Lea McLeod on Savvy Intern
Starting your new job on the right foot is critical! Follow these 8 tips to improve your chances of succeeding in your new role! Guess what, your success is only partially about performing your job well. Building relationships and establishing trust are the true measures of your success!
If you missed the work of other great job search and career experts this week, you can check out this web-based newspaper on RebelMouse! Visually pleasing and it contains the content I’ve been sharing across Twitter all week!