This is an extract from my new book called The WiseWolf Job Search Pocket Book, How to Win Jobs and Influence Recruiters. It is due to be published in September 2014.
This is a tip from my new book called The WiseWolf Job Search Pocket Book; How to Win Jobs and Influence Recruiters, to be published in September 2014.
These are more tips from my new book called The WiseWolf Job Search Pocket Book; How to Win Jobs and Influence Recruiters. It is due to be published in September 2014. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
There is no reason why you should not contact an employer to ask about jobs available.
Looking for work is best treated as a full-time occupation. And it needs to be at the top of your agenda.
I believe working through this book really can make a difference for any job seeker.
Your letter is a chance to emphasize what a good fit you are for the job. Even, if you have decided the organization is not one you want to join, still send polite thanks. Who knows what the future holds?
A job interview really isn’t a measure of your personal or professional worth. It is about an organization matching people against the criteria they have chosen to apply. So they didn’t think you were the perfect match on the day. That doesn’t mean you are not an outstanding professional with great ability – it just means they think they were not looking for you.
Job Interview – Helpful Quotes Job Interview – helpful quotes if you have one coming up shortly Remember why you are going! “You go to a job interview to discover whether your talents, abilities, interests and direction are a good fit for the job, the company, and the company’s mission.” Susan M Heathfield Research the […]
Looking at other possibilities when you are in work is healthy. But, you need to handle this with care, particularly right now. You do not want to find yourself being moved on because the organization begins to have doubts about your loyalty.