Tag Archives: job search

Job Seekers: What You Need to Know About Your LinkedIn Profile

                    by George Blomgren If you are a professional, technical or executive worker in job search mode (active or passive), the role and importance of your LinkedIn profile and your resume have largely “flipped” in the last few years (at least for many employers/recruiters). Your LinkedIn […]

Why Do I Want To Leave?

Software Advice, the authority on software selection, shared with us their infographic from their blog post, “A Job-Hopper’s Guide to Finding Your Next Job“. We just had to share the love as well! It helps job seekers break down their answer to the question: Why do I want to leave? Let’s start with the answers […]

Talent Search

“Talent won’t fall into your lap.” – Overheard at a talent development conference. There are tens of thousands of new graduates that enter the workforce each year. Companies are answering the influx of candidates by posting their job opportunities on their career page. The problem – these postings are forgotten about and left to die […]

4 Questions To Ask Before Accepting A Job

The job search is no easy task. It requires many hours of tweaking your resume, networking with recruiters, and communicating with companies (whether its a simple email exchange or an interview). After the effort and time has been put into the search, the resulting job offer needs to fit your needs – it’s only fair […]

Who’s Looking for a Job? [INFOGRAPHIC]

77.5 million people are open to a new job. That’s a lot of people! This infographic breaks down who is looking for a job and why. What would be your top reasons for changing companies? Is corporate culture a large factor when you are looking for a new job? Click on the infographic to expand.