Saturday, April 28, 2012


Check out when working on your resume. A unique site that let's you input your qualifications and job description via you resume and then objectively gives you feedback based on your submission. The website mimics software that some employers use to extract data they look for in certain jobs. This website will score you and give feedback so you can make the resume stand out for the position you are seeking.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Have a Plan B

In a tough job market like these days it can take an extended amount of time to find a job in your field. If you are still not working and bills are piling up you might need to take a part-time job, general labor job or something to hold you over. Don't get in over your head, plan ahead and know your financial situation at all times. Be realistic and know when it's time to pick up an alternative job. Always have a plan B.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Don't Pass up any Opportunities

If you receive multiple job interview opportunities go on all of them. Maybe one job interview you don't feel qualified for or maybe you're not interested in one interview but don't let anything stop you from going. The employer contacted you for a reason. You might find out new facts about the position that interest you more, you are networking and you are gaining valuable interviewing experience. Don't pass up opportunities as you never know what may come from them.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Check out, a guide from a recruitment expert by the name of David Carter. David walks you through topics like finding jobs, social networking, interview tips, job scams, thank you letters and much more. Check out his wealth of free information on job hunting.