There’s a pretty steep learning curve when you are new to looking for a new job. Get up to speed more quickly by diving into this week’s Summary Sunday.
In this week’s Summary Sunday of curated articles you’ll find:
- Overcome LinkedIn’s Unemployment Bias
- Send better LinkedIn Messages
- LinkedIn Features Just For Job Seekers
- Why are there multiple job interviews
- Hybrid workplace red flags
- How to find keywords
- How to use AI for job search (demos)
- MBTI personality types and productivity tips
- Employ/Jobvite 2023 Recruiter Nation Report
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LinkedIn has a built-in unemployment bias | Lisa Rangel
If you are not working, be very aware of what you list for your current work experience, because using a career break or not having a current job listed is hurting where your LinkedIn profile ranks. Lisa’s video spells this out and her article provides 3 fixes.
How To Send A LinkedIn Message And Get A Response | Loren Greiff
What if you could increase your cold connection acceptance rate by 65-70% by reverse engineering your LinkedIn profile? Would you? Listen to this podcast with Loren and Richard van der Blom and improve your success rate.
Over the past 6 months or so, LinkedIn has added features you may not be aware of as a new job seeker. Stand out by taking advantage of the free-to-all-users LinkedIn features!
Are Multiple Job Interview Rounds Really Necessary? | INSEAD Knowledge
A multi-step interview process isn’t necessarily bad. But employers can do better according to this article. “Internal alignment from all stakeholders needs to be established early, and should cover the evaluation criteria, delegation of roles and interview format.” This helps job seekers understand why the interview process is drawn out.
10 Red Flags of a Toxic Hybrid Workplace | FlexJobs
If you are interviewing, be on the lookout for these signs of a toxic hybrid workplace. Weigh these against the potential of the company and your own preferences. And by the way, a single red flag may not be reason enough to turn down the opportunity.
Using the right keywords on your resume and in your LinkedIn profile should generate more looks and calls. But what are the right keywords? This article shows you how to find them and where to put them.
6 Career Strategists on AI to Accelerate Job Search Part 2 | Beyond B-School
Have you wondered exactly how to use AI for your job search? Wonder no longer. Jeremy Schifeling, Marie Zimenoff, Douglas G. Hanslip, Jenny Zenner and I share how to use some of the AI tools available to improve your job search.
Productivity tips are as unique as you and your MBTI type. See insights and tips to help you make the most out of your style.
2023 Employ Recruiter Nation Report: Moving Forward in Uncertainty | Employ/Jobvite
This year’s report has information job seekers can use. For example, do you know the top social channels used in recruiting or the most valuable sources of hire? The research will help you conduct a better, more effective job search.
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Hannah Morgan speaks and writes about job search and career strategies. She founded CareerSherpa.net to educate professionals on how to maneuver through today’s job search process. Hannah was nominated as a LinkedIn Top Voice in Job Search and Careers and is a regular contributor to US News & World Report. She has been quoted by media outlets, including Forbes, USA Today, Money Magazine, Huffington Post, as well as many other publications. She is also author of The Infographic Resume and co-author of Social Networking for Business Success.