For many applicants, finding a job means submitting a resume to every job advertisement they see. This means online job boards, job fairs, and asking friends and family to pass along suitable opportunities.
The easiest way to get more LinkedIn recommendations is to learn how to write a good LinkedIn recommendation, so you can start writing some for your current boss and co-workers. After they receive your glowing recommendation, they’ll be more inclined to return the favor.
A recommendation letter (or a reference letter) is written by a manager (or coworker) to highlight an employee’s skills and achievements during the time they worked together. It also contains information about the employee’s attitude at work to give a potential employer a glimpse of what it’s like to work with them.
Starting your first day at a new job feels like high school all over again. All eyes are on you while you’re paraded around the office learning people’s names and important locations like the break room. It feels like people are sizing you up based on your choice of clothes, but you smile and try to act confident anyway.
It was 8:30 AM. I’ve only been in the office for 15 minutes, but I’m already dreading the work ahead of me. Another day to grind through of answering 80 to 100 calls about life insurance.
Let’s say you’re attending an event for work.
Having a second job is a lifesaver for lots of people, especially young professionals who can’t find full time employment, or are under-employed.
I’m not sure where or how it started, but a few years ago someone came up with the rule that a resume should only have one page.