What you probably end up doing is surfing the net for answers to your job search questions. How do you know the information is good? Or even appropriate for your situation? You don’t. But, if you begin bookmarking the sources I’ve mentioned in past Summary Sundays or look at 40 top job search resources for 2015, you’ll be equipped with a solid collection to start with. Each industry, occupation, and company has its own set of rules- written and unwritten, so be sure you are aware of those. You can do this by researching people who write about your specific niche.
Job Interviewing | Job-Hunt.org
Job-Hunt.org is one of my favorite resources. It is a one-stop destination for all your job search questions written by the top professionals in their area of expertise. This interviewing page contains articles about
- How to Answer the Common Job Interview Questions
- Succeeding at Different Types of Job Interviews
- How to Manage the Job Interview Process- First, Getting Ready for Your Interview
- Second, Doing Your Best in Your Job Interviews
- Last, Following Up After Your Job Interview
There’s even a free ebook. Poke around and I am sure you will find the answers you are looking for.
Social Job Search
45 things successful job seekers do on social media | USA Today by The Muse
I don’t think you’ll run out of ideas on how you can use social media to gain attention during your job search.
5 Tips To Turn Your Job Into What You Want | on Switch & Shift by Nigel Purse
If you are starting a new job, here are five tips you need to pay attention to.