You want to make a careful, thought out decision but it’s a hard one. How do you know when you have contemplated enough to move on? How do you know when to just make the choice and proceed? “Is it soup yet?”
The job seeking process mostly means not falling for the nobody reads this trap. This is what some articles state about the job application cover letter. The document works as an addition to your resume which helps you stand out mainly in the industry of government jobs.
We’ve all been there. We want to quit our job but don’t want to alert our employer. It can be tricky looking for a job while working. On the plus side, one of the main benefits of looking for a new job while currently employed is you will generally be more attractive to employers.
The demand for qualified cybersecurity workers is high and likely to remain so. Just because demand for your skill set exceeds the supply of qualified applicants doesn’t mean a well-crafted resume for a cybersecurity position can’t increase your chances of finding the optimal next role or increase your bargaining position once you do.
One of the most important facets of coaching women is ensuring that they understand their true value. It can be very hard for women to acknowledge how to sell their skills, abilities, and achievements because we have been conditioned to not to be aggressive or risk being viewed as unlikeable. However, identifying your own skills and special qualities isn’t always the easiest task either.
What does it mean to be deliberately different? And how does this mindset impact today’s job search?
“I’m following all the great advice. I’m working my butt off. I have a squeaky clean personal brand. Yet no job offers. Why? Why can’t I even get an interview?”
Sound familiar? Ever heard yourself saying something similar?
Everyone has those moments when you suddenly ‘get it.’ That light-bulb that goes off when you least expect it to prove you gained inspiration or a solution to something. It’s an exciting feeling when it comes at just the right moment, almost like magic!
First impressions count! In fact, one study shows that interviewers make a determination about hiring a candidate (or not) in the first ninety seconds of the discussion. If you consider this during your next interview, you’ll realize how important the first question is to landing the job!
I’m a firm believer that great teams know their pulse. What do I mean by pulse? At any given moment, a great team can look around and think, “This is a great culture. I know it because of how I’m living out the culture based on clearly defined values and expectations.”
With job growth for registered nurses projected to grow by 15 percent by 2026, far outpacing the median job growth rate of 7 percent, nurses are in demand (to say the least). Fueled by an aging population, increased preventative care, and healthcare industry expansion, the outlook for nurses is expected to remain strong for years to come.