Summary Sunday Issue 486

Summary Sunday: Issue #486

Summary Sunday contains current articles about important job search topics. Check out this week’s edition.

In this week’s summary, you’ll find articles to help you improve your job search:

  • Why are some job harder to find and how to uncover them
  • Watch out for rescinded job offers
  • How to find people hiring in your network on LinkedIn
  • What to say to someone who’s been laid off
  • Reasons you aren’t performing at your best

I hope you enjoy this collection of articles! Follow the authors and/or share these articles with people who will benefit.


Off-the-Beaten-Path Job Search Strategies that May Surprise You | Virginia Franco

Is there a “hidden job market?” Answers from Executive Recruiter and Guerrilla Job Search Coach David Perry, co-author of Guerilla Marketing for Job Hunters 3.0. Plus some non-traditional job search methods.

You can listen to the podcast here instead.

Rescinded Job Offers: Why It Can Happen and What to Do |

Do companies take offers off the table? Yes. Learn what to look for and what you can do.


What’s the easiest way for a job seeker to find out who in their network is hiring? | Kevin D. Turner on LinkedIn

Here’s a hidden way to discover who’s “hiring in my network” that may help many job seekers network into posted opportunities.
Don’t miss this LinkedIn secret.


Exactly what to say to someone who’s been laid off | Fast Company

Here is some advice from a crisis management expert and hospice chaplain on how to help people in your network.

4 Reasons Talented Employees Don’t Reach Their Potential | Harvard Business Review

No one can perform at 100% all the time. But…

“Optimizing your job so that it fits with your interests, beliefs, and broader life activities, and being alert to the invisible social forces that govern the dynamics of organizations, will ultimately help you perform to the best of your capabilities.”


What Do You Know About Our Company? How To Answer

6 Questions To Ask Before You Quit Your Job

How Many Candidates Make It To The Final Interview?

Job Search Challenge: 5 weeks’ worth of job search activities to keep you moving forward

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