When you’re job hunting, it’s normal to experience stress. But when stress becomes extreme, it can sabotage your search – and even impact your health, if it really gets out of control.
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People with the most successful careers don’t sit around waiting for the next great opportunity to fall into their laps. They stand up and take charge of their ideas and passions.
Transferable job skills – those abilities that transcend roles, businesses, and industries when it comes to a candidate’s value and potential – are also known as soft skills.
When you’re job hunting, you may find advice coming at you from every direction. And while friends, family, and colleagues may mean well, their ideas may not mesh with your unique goals, circumstances and challenges. Worst case: they may even be counterproductive.
People are the most important, and the highest-stake, investment you make in your business. Hiring costs money, but bad hiring costs much, much more.
Your LinkedIn profile is the foundation for your personal branding and an essential tool in your job search. Here are 10 aspects of your LinkedIn profile to focus on:
Personal development is a sure path to feeling awesome about yourself. Studies show that the more ambitious goals you set, the happier you are. And when you decide upon and set your own goals, your happiness doesn’t depend on anyone else.
You can’t be complacent if you want to grow your career. Even if you’re not currently an active job searcher – and especially if you are – there are things you should do on a routine basis to keep growing and advancing in your field. 5 Steps To A Better Career 1. Be a lifelong… Read more »
It happens to even the best performers. The time comes when you feel stalled and unfulfilled … stuck in your job, passed over for raises, promotions or plum assignments, or on a stale professional plateau. This is not a nice place to be – and it won’t go away by itself. You have to continue… Read more »
There are numerous reasons why people look for new jobs. They may want to take a step forward in their career. They may be making a lateral move to get out of a poor work environment. They may even be taking a step backward to get their foot in the door of a new organization…. Read more »