Whether you’re just starting your career or are more experienced, the job search is a harrowing process. To succeed, you must stay informed about current job search trends and best practices. Snelling is here to help!
Resumes come in all shapes, sizes and formats and are subject to trends and changes in technology. There is a great deal of contradictory information out there. It can be tough to determine which type, voice and format is right for you and your career. Make an informed decision about how to represent yourself.
THE SNELLING RESUME GUIDE FOR JOB SEEKERS
Chronological resume, functional resume, combination resume, mini resume…there are so many types of resumes. How do you know which one to use when? Should you prepare a targeted resume? The answers can be found in THE SNELLING RESUME GUIDE.
CRAFT A PERSUASIVE AND COMPELLING RESUME
The purpose of a resume is to obtain an interview and (ultimately) a job offer. A compelling resume will achieve that result for you. CRAFT A PERSUASIVE AND COMPELLING RESUME.
IMPRESSING A RECRUITER IN LESS THAN 6 SECONDS
Recruiters spend 6 seconds looking at your resume before deciding whether there is a “fit” or “no fit”. Your resume needs to meet their expectations in order for you to pass through and land an interview. WHAT YOU NEED TO INCORPORATE INTO YOUR RESUME TO MAKE THE CUT.
Interviewing for a job can be stressful and confusing. Here are a few ways we help you prepare for this crucial meeting with potential employers.
INTERVIEW ETIQUETTE TIPS
Nearly one-third (32%) of chief financial officers recently polled said candidates are more likely to slip up during the interview than at any other point during the application process. What do you need to do during the interview to help ensure your progression through this process. READ OUR ARTICLE ON THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERVIEW ETIQUETTE.
TIPS FOR OVERCOMING OBJECTIONS DURING AN INTERVIEW
Job seekers need to learn how to positively address the objections that may be brought up (either directly or indirectly) during the interview. Here are 5 OF THE MOST COMMON OBJECTIONS AND TIPS FOR HOW TO ADDRESS THEM.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR A JOB INTERVIEW
Ever heard the saying, “People won’t care how much you know until they know how much you care”? Interview preparation is how a hiring manager knows how much you care. READ HERE TO LEARN WHAT INFORMATION YOU NEED AND WHERE TO FIND IT!
Today, the line between our personal and professional lives is becoming increasingly blurred. It’s important that you understand the impact that social media and your online activity can have on your career. This information can help you decide how (or whether!) to use social media in your job search.
THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA DURING THE JOB SEARCH
Recruiters and hiring managers use social media to both source and vet potential job candidates – in all industries. In fact, they probably search for your social media profile right after they review your resume or application. Therefore, make your social media profiles work for you. READ OUR ARTICLE on the 5 things you can do to “social shine” with the companies that are hiring.
FACEBOOK IS AN EXTENSION OF YOUR RESUME
Today, job seekers need to treat Facebook as an extension of their resume. The two are not autonomous units anymore; they depend on one another to help give perspective to the other. READ OUR NEWEST ARTICLE to learn how to leverage your Facebook profile during your successful job search and become one of the 18.4 million people who have said that “Facebook got them their current job”.
Whatever your career aspirations, taking a strategic approach will help you to achieve them. Begin an intentional approach to your career with the information below.
HOW TO BE A GOOD TEMPORARY WORKER
Temporary employment can be excellent solution job seekers; “temping” is a powerful tool in your overall job search strategy. But what makes a good temporary employee? HOW TO MAKE YOURSELF MORE MARKETABLE AS A TEMPORARY WORKER.
4 BIG ONLINE MISTAKES THAT WILL CAUSE YOU TO REMAIN UNEMPLOYED
In a way, online job boards, social media and even the Internet itself has made job hunting harder – not easier . There are four big online mistakes (and on HUGE general mistake) that job hunters consistently do. LEARN HOW TO AVOID THE MISTAKES OTHERS DO.
5 JOB SEARC BLUNDERS TO AVOID
Searching for a job is much more difficult when unemployment is high. It is hard to stand-out; therefore, it is imperative that you make every interaction with a hiring manager/recruiter positive. In order to do this, you need to avoid falling into the trap of these 5 JOB BLUNDERS.