Short listing of some of 2012′s career management blog posts.
Here are four of the many articles About.com’s experts have written to help an employee or job seeker make the most oEtiquettef the holiday season.
Yummy roundup of some of this month’s most interesting job search and career tips. After the Job Rejection: Why Following Up Gracefully Works (Work Coach Café) 10 Tips for Success at Job Fairs (Careerealism) Tech Skills in Demand (Allison Doyle) 3 Steps to Creating Your Career Development Plan (Careerealism) Employers Speak (iSpeak) 13 Common Interviewing … Continue reading October Buffet: Job Search Tips
If you are unemployed or looking for a way to make extra money this holiday season, now is the time to apply for part-time and full-time temporary positions. Employers are interviewing and training new employees with your skills to work during the upcoming busy shopping season and possibly longer.
It is the recruiters' job to match the right people to the right company. If a recruiter can't find the right person to fill a job opening, then the recruiter does not get paid. Therefore, if a job seeker wants to know what it takes to get hired, he should ask a recruiter. Here are a few of their tips.