Job search shouldn’t be a solo mission. In fact, it will take you longer if you don’t have support.
This week, you’ll find tips and resources that help up your game and job search with the best of them. You’ll find motivational tips, news about LinkedIn company pages and tons of job search folks to follow!
When you work with others or a coach, you can bounce ideas off people, test your ideas and get a fresh perspective. Even reading articles from coaches or experts in your field can inspire and shift your thinking or get you motivated.
You see – job search requires sales skills, knowledge of the marketplace, intellectual curiosity, and a whole lot of motivation to keep you moving forward. That’s a tall order. You may have to invest in developing some new skills in these areas. But when you are pursuing something you genuinely like (love or are passionate about), it makes it so much easier and enjoyable.
Stay positive and believe that your next opportunity is just around the corner. You’ve got this (with a little help from these friends)!
by Meg Guiseppi | Executive Career Brand
Even if you aren’t an executive, this advice is sure to boost your motivation! There’s nothing more humbling than looking for a new job especially if you are out of work. Follow as many of these tips as possible to keep yourself happy, healthy and productive.
by Warren Quach | LinkedIn Official Blog
LinkedIn has launched some very useful new functions…Company pages have a lot more functionality (and info). But the only way you’ll know about them is by reading this article! If you scroll to the end of the article, you’ll see a blue “email subscription” box. Add your email so you get these updates from LinkedIn.
by Mark Anthony Dyson | The Voice of Job Seekers
Shift your thinking and put on your consulting hat! These are great ideas to improve your job search. Oh and don’t forget to listen to Mark’s award-winning podcast!
by Jacob Share | JobMob
Many jobs are available but not yet posted. That means that people inside the company are asking friends and their networks for candidates. By the time the job is posted, everyonr is applying. Use some of these ideas to get to the job first!
by Melanie Curtin | Inc.
OK, so the title is a little controversial or linkbait-y but this article will get you thinking and there are some interesting trends that may help you think differently about job search.
This is the time of year when new lists are released recognizing top resources and influencers in the world of job search. Follow the folks on these lists! You won’t be sorry! I’m honored to have been included in these lists.
by Dan Clay – The Conscious Career
by Shelly Elsliger on LinkedIn