Can you plan for your social media afterlife? What can you do with a loved one's Facebook profile?
“Can you review my resume” is the first question most people ask me when they find out I’m a career adviser. They waste the opportunity of developing new strategies for connecting with employers and others in their career field. Your resume is an important part of your job search toolkit -- it’s just not the only, or the most important part.
Like many people, the career area I’m in now is completely different from the career I started. I started in journalism and media; now I’m a career adviser. Because the two career areas seem completely unrelated, people often ask me how I got here from where I was. Here is an interview I gave to Media Shower about my transition into career advising, and why helping people find meaningful careers is so important to me.
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Truth #2: If you did do something wrong during the interview, an employer probably would not tell you. They would just send you a rejection letter. So what are employers not telling you?