As you skim through this week’s summary you’ll find resources to help you job search smarter! The survey reports can provide insight into how recruiters and companies think (they are claiming skills gap issues again). You’ll also find company lists to help you identify companies you may be interested in (but have never heard of).
In this week’s summary, you’ll find articles about interviewing, LinkedIn and starting a new job. For many, this was a week of getting back into the routine of work (whether virtually or in-person), after the long holiday break. For job seekers, you should feel an uptick in activity moving forward as recruiters return from break
It’s the same Summary Sunday, but with a shorter name! I started these summaries back in November of 2009. That 456 summaries. Now, as we head into 2022, I thought it would be a good idea to number these summaries, rather than try and pick a theme for the title. As you know, the week
Roundup articles are popular this time of year, even for job search topics. You’ve probably seen lots of articles about the “best of 2021” as we head towards the end of the year. And what a year 2021 has been for job seekers. We’re in one of the strongest markets right now with more available
With workers in a position of power, our workplaces are changing. These changes impact the employed and the unemployed. This gives each of us a chance to reimagine our workplace. The pandemic has workers wanting more from their jobs and their employers. Employees want to feel their employer and managers care about them. They want
Could you have accomplished more this week? I know I could have. There are days or weeks when we just don’t quite hit our goals. That’s ok. Monday starts a new week. You get a do-over. To help get you ready for a new week, here are some articles: Networking tips Career advice for older