Career trends impact how you look for a new job. Are you up-to-date?
The strategies you use to find jobs will change and so will the skills and knowledge you need. If you aren’t learning new things and keeping up with changes, you’ll have a difficult time competing for your next job.
This week’s roundup features tips and strategies for job search, evaluating culture, tips for the older job seeker, interesting data on future jobs and growing/declining occupations.
by Mark A. Dyson | The Voice of Job Seekers
Read the highlights and listen to Mark and I talk about why your job search isn’t working and what you can do to turn it around! Mark’s podcast is one worth subscribing to if you’re in a job search!
by JT O’Donnell | Glassdoor
Coach Boaz | 40 Plus Career Guru
Overcome the age bias and approach your job search this way! It’s more empowering too!
by Dorie Clark | Harvard Business Review
When you make networking transactional. i.e., “networking with the goal of advancement” — often makes participants feel so bad about themselves, they feel “dirty.” writes Dorie Clark. Instead, use these four guidelines to make it feel less dirty!
by Daphne Stanford | TalentCulture
Do you know what inspires you at work? If you haven’t pondered this question in awhile or you are feeling “blah” about your job, then you’ll benefit from reading this!
Growth/Decline of US Occupations by 2030
Tweet by AvidCareerist | Data from McKinsey
— Donna Svei, Resumes (@AvidCareerist) December 12, 2017
by Adam Rowe | TechCo
This is an eye-opening summary of LinkedIn’s 2017 U.S. Emerging Jobs Report. How many of these jobs have you heard of?