Feeling burned-out? Ready to try something new?
Then maybe it’s time to upgrade your job search.
These 7 articles will change how you go about searching for a job.
Get tips on how to avoid the ATS black-hole, build a better online reputation, improve how you use LinkedIn, mistakes to avoid during an interview and even, how to avoid burnout!
JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES
by Lou Adler on LinkedIn
Stuck in your job search? I guarantee, if you try any of these tips, you will see results! And as Adler says, stop “wasting time applying directly or complaining about the unfairness of the process.”
by Liz Ryan, Human Workplace | Forbes
These are 10 tips to help you get more bang for your buck on LinkedIn. I would caution against adding “ISO” or announcing your eligibility in your headline. Instead, go to the Jobs tab and turn on the function that lets recruiters know you’re open to new opportunities. Most people looking for a good hire don’t care about this status. If you have what they are looking for, they’ll reach out!
Answer by Adam Seabrook, Co-founder of Betterteam, on Quora | Huffington Post
See what a recruiter says are 7 horrible mistakes candidates make. Seabrook says:
I rarely give candidates feedback on red flags they give off during interviews, mostly because it is really hard to deliver this feedback without offending them. I spent ten years as a recruiter and interviewed thousands of candidates.
by Hannah Morgan | Payscale
Learn how to negotiate a job offer because you only get one chance. This is one of many articles in Payscale’s Salary Negotiation Guide! (And I was thrilled to be asked to contribute.)
by Jessica Stillman | Inc.
Here are 8 early warning signs that you are headed for a burnout. Early detection will help you put a plan in place to prevent a complete collapse. Many of these early warning signs have been extracted from an article by Alan Henry on LifeHacker.
What does your online reputation say about you… right now?
This infographic walks you through the steps to create better online visibility and improve your online reputation!
Thanks to Internet Search Engine Marketing for creating this.