Tag-Archive for ◊ job search strategies ◊

• Monday, May 11th, 2015

Are you ready for your 2015 job search? One of your first tasks is probably polishing your resume… but oh, how the times have changed. The new reality in executive job hunting demands not only a powerful marketing package for your skills, but also a keen awareness of social media, Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), recruiter preferences, and […]

• Friday, August 17th, 2012

Your average job seeker just doesn’t “get” what a recruiter does. This is apparent to anyone that’s ever heard a friend or relative complain about a recruiter “not finding them a job.” If you’re planning on working with recruiters or with a staffing firm, here are a few things to keep in mind. Tips for Working with […]

• Tuesday, September 06th, 2011

By Jessica Stillman (by BNET) As BNET’s sister site MoneyWatch pointed out recently, in a climate where it takes the average job hunter more than seven months to find their next position, big job boards like Monster and CareerBuilder are of only limited use. The post’s author Eilene Zimmerman writes: Forget CareerBuilder, HotJobs, and all the other mass job sites. While these […]

• Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

What is important when you’re applying for jobs? What’s most important to hiring managers? What do recruiters really wish they could tell candidates for employment?The Corporate Executive Board/Recruiting Roundtable survey of recruiters and hiring managers reports that 75% of recruiters surveyed spend 5 minutes or less reviewing candidate information and 28% spend less than 2 […]

• Tuesday, February 02nd, 2010

Many job seekers are already aware of the new strategies needed to develop affective job search strategies. With the rising unemployment rates,  emerging web technologies, and the new available job tools, job searching has become even more competitive than ever. You need to treat your job search strategy like a PR Campaign to spread the word. First […]

• Thursday, January 21st, 2010

Are you looking for a new opportunity this year? Are you up-to-date on the latest technologies to affectively market yourself in the job market? Here are 5 tips that could help you do just that: 1) Social Media Profiles Construct an online profile through the major Social Networking websites: LinkedIN, FaceBook, Twitter… Your profile should […]