When it comes to finding -- and scoring -- that coveted new job, you can never be too informed. Here, the insight and strategies that'll put you over the top and on your way to career success!
This eBook includes:
To Accept or Not to Accept: Big Job Offer Questions to Consider Before you accept a job offer, ask some questions so there are no big surprises when you sign on.
Crazy Interview Questions You Would Hate to Be Asked Everyone expects that interviewers to throw a curveball or two during the job interview, but some questions are so out there that you might respond, "huh"?
Social Networking Strategies You Can Learn from Barbie You can actually learn a thing or two about improving your LinkedIn and social networking skills from Barbie.
14 Ways to Freshen Up Your Resume If you've been running with the same resume for years, it's time to breathe new life into that old document with mid-year update.
When it Rains Job Offers, Here's How to Choose the Best One When more than one job opportunity presents itself, here's how to determine which job is the best move for you and your career future.
4 Overlooked Ways to Improve Your Job Search Seasonal jobs could be a good way to get back into work mode while you continue to search a more permanent gig.
Inside the Mind of a Hiring Manager Career expert Heather Huhman shares strategies for a smart job search.
How to Keep Your Job Search on the Down Low Looking for a job while you have a job presents an interesting contradiction. Here's how to stay stealth.
8 Ways to Ruin Your Chances at Getting Hired Don’t get in your own way of landing a new job. Here, eight missteps to avoid.
Almost Half of Job Seekers are Giving Up. Are You? Learn some strategies for counteracting the feelings of despair shared by fellow job hunters.
Prove You’re the Right Fit on a Job Interview With some research, you can adapt your job interview responses to try to crack their “fit” code.
How to Stay Focused on Your Job Search Spending 20 minutes a day on job boards isn’t enough. Here are some ways to have an effective job search.