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As a job seeker, it is pertinent that you be aware of your rights in relation to getting a job. No, there aren't any laws that mandate a specific employer hire you, but there are laws in place that deter employers from discriminating against you.
Working with a great company that provides their employees with respective pay and a great overall lifestyle makes employees want to continue working for them. When a company cares about you, it feels great knowing that they want you to enjoy your work and also be taken cared of.
There are many advantages to working from home. There's no expensive and time-consuming commute, for example, and it's also possible to work from home while juggling other responsibilities. However, while many people imagine that working from home will be a paradise of sleeping late and working in their pajamas, the reality is usually different.
Experienced professionals, millennials, and recent college graduates have all heard or read career advice that begins with the word "networking." Networking is not an invention of the digital age. This isn't an admonishment of social media, but rather advice to incorporate classic methods of relationship building into a job search.
If you suddenly find yourself unemployed either due to a lay off or termination, your first instinct is probably panic. Believe it or not the majority of people who have just lost their job, do not even think about unemployment. They are to consumed with the events off not seeing the lay off or being fired coming.
You're in! You just got the call from Human Resources offering you the job you've been working so hard to land! You need this job. You want this job. And yet... some small hesitation won't allow you to fully commit to the offer.
Five high growth careers for the period 2012-2022 based upon the Department of Labor Occupational Handbook estimates for growth. Population change is the growing number of Baby Boomer generations reaching retirement age. This creates new vacancies, and new demands for services.
When applying for a job, it’s important have a well-made resume that people will truly enjoy and understand. If not, you are on your way to problems in the future as it’s not easy to get jobs if you are not prepared. While true, with that being said, you can nail the process if you have a decent resume.
Whether you were laid off or quit a job for your own personal reasons, unemployment is never a pleasant situation. Although finding work is considerably easier compared to previous years, it is not unusual for months to pass while you remain hunting for the right position--one that is somewhat local and offers great pay with sufficient benefits.
When going to a job interview most people expect that there will be many questions that they will be asked. However, what many do not realize is that there are some questions that are actually illegal for an employer to ask a potential employee.
Job interviews can be stressful and confusing; especially when it comes to interview questions. Even seasoned professionals can trip up on questions if they are not prepared for them. There is no way to know exactly what your interviewer will ask, but becoming well versed in some popular question can give you an edge.
If you are looking for a job or wanting to find a new career, you have probably spent a lot of time putting your resume together. While this is an important piece to getting an interview, something that is often overlooked is your cover letter. A great cover letter can be equally or even more important than your resume.
Obviously, if you want to make more money and rise up at your company, or find a new job, you must do a few things. Yes, in our competitive marketplace, you can’t sit back and hope things happen. While true, you don’t want to waste your time in your quest to make more money and be happier.
A great resume won't be able to land you a job, but it can help you lose one. Your resume is your only chance to make a first impression on a potential employer. If it's impressive, you'll be called for a first interview. If it's lacking, the employer will toss it within 30 seconds. Don't let your resume hide your lack of qualifications.
One way that job hunters can increase the likelihood that they will be considered by an employer is to familiarize themselves with the skills that are in the highest demand by employers in 2015. According to ERE Media, the typical online job posting yields approximately 250 skills in high demand.
Choosing the right career field can keep you from experiencing disappointment when you are searching for a job, or after you have worked in a field for a number of years. If you choose a field where there is very little job growth, you could see yourself having to settle for a lower paying position or one that offers far less job satisfaction.
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