# Job search
February is a peak job search month in Bangor, Maine
By now, many jobless people have figured out they overspent during the holiday season, and credit card debt and inflation are crushing their lifestyle. Historically, Veterans and recent college graduates have a much higher unemployment rate than the general public. Here’s how to change that.
DougCo's attorney search continues
By Mike McKibbin / NewsBreak Denver / Jan. 23, 2023. [DOUGLAS COUNTY, COLO.] — For a second time, the Douglas County Commissioners have decided to continue the recruiting process for the next county attorney.
How to Make Sure That the Career Path You Choose Is Right For You
It’s National Career Development Month! As a professional career counselor, I know how hard it is for people to decide upon a career path that is right for them. It truly takes some extensive self-exploration, being honest with yourself and others, and gaining experience in the areas that you are considering. With this in mind, we will explore a few tips to help you ensure that the career path you choose is right for you.
Preparing References for Your Job Search
While on your job search quest, you will be asked to provide a few references. Don’t just think back to former bosses; stick their names on your applications, and call it good.
Common Job Search Mistakes and How to Fix Them
Planning your next career move? There are a few things you should know before you get started with your job hunt that can save you a lot of time and effort during the application process.
Philips to cut 4000 jobs worldwide after hit from legal action
Plans have been announced by the Dutch giant to streamline operations and cut costs. Over the next few months, this will result in the immediate elimination of almost 4,000 jobs around the world.
Google feature valuable for job seekers
55+ year olds let me know what’s truly valuable for job search. I spoke for about 55 minutes to 55+ year olds. I asked a question at the end. “What was the first thing that you recollect about my presentation?”
Quiet Quitting in Corporate America
If you perform the duties of your job description, and only those duties, is that “quitting”?. The term “quiet quitting” has been everywhere lately. It’s a pretty simple concept. An employee only performs the tasks in their job description, nothing more, nothing less. Most are saying this is new but is it simply doing the job you are being paid to do?
Getting a Good Job
Getting a job can be challenging, but you can do some things to increase your chances of success. This article will share ten tips for landing a great job. Searching for a job.Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay.
A Lesson About Working
they asked me, before I knew what to say, before I knew that the right answer was not “Because I need to feed myself.” Because I need to buy gas, pay off my car loan, and hopefully be able to retire. Because that’s the only way I know to live-to work for someone else. Not someone really, so much as something.
Does the Job Search Cause PTSD?
When my planned project for May and June pulled the plug before I started, I suddenly felt the need to find a J-O-B to pay the bills. I was open to doing anything, even working as a barista down the street, after all, a girl has to eat. I opened up the computer, started searching the help wanteds, and couldn't apply for one posting. I was qualified, overqualified in most cases, have the skills and required experience, however, I couldn't apply for one job because of a complete epic meltdown and I don't mean the computer.
Should You Apply for Different Positions at the Same Company?
Applying for different positions at the same company might not be as common as you thought, yet it is possible to do so. There are plenty of people who would be a good fit for two or more positions, but not many would fit them perfectly. This is where the problem arises - the company management is not looking for good fits, they are looking for perfect fits - thus, you might not even get invited for a preliminary interview if you apply for both.
Free Mobile Phone Platform Launches to Help Jobseekers
Morris/Sussex/Warren Employment & Training Services launches career resource message service directing jobseekers towards information, training, job leads, and more. The Morris/Sussex/Warren Employment & Training Services (ETS) has launched its FREE mobile platform, which expands career resource accessibility for customers who live and work in the tri-county area.
VIDEO: Quitting Your Job Like A Pro
Leaving a job needs to be handled delicately, and you need to make sure that you leave a lasting positive impression.
Never Stop Job Searching Until You Find The Job You Want
When you’re searching for work you could start feeling desperate. When the phone rings and you land an interview it can be very tempting to stop your job search. However, don’t lose the momentum, keep going, and give yourself options.
What To Do When You Lack Relevant Job Experience
Have you ever come across a job posting for a position you know you were perfect for, but you didn’t have the “relevant experience the company wanted”. What did you do? Did you just move on and not apply? You probably should have applied for the job.
Major Hiring Trends for 2022
In the last two years, we have seen how the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the world’s economy and the employment market. The working models, the skill sets needed and other aspects in the job market have changed. And these unprecedented shifts and turns of events have then resulted in more innovative and agile ways of recruitment to adapt to the new changes.
If You’re Not Hiring Older Workers, You’re Missing Out on These 6 Strengths
Over the past decade, Japan has faced a problem: too few workers for an explosion of jobs available. Now, Recruit, a company that focuses on staffing solutions, has introduced a potential answer — an app that promotes the rehiring of retired employees.
If You Tell Yourself These 4 Things, It’s a Sign That Fear is Holding You Back in Your Career
Sandra looks at her calendar for the week and sees marketing team meetings, soccer games, dentist appointments and deadlines. Then she looks over at her to-do list and sees “Reach out to Rachel at Dream Company for an informational interview.” This is the to-do list item that keeps getting pushed down Sandra’s list because if she’s this busy, Rachel must be even busier. Sandra doesn’t want to bother her.