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Here are the top ten articles for the Job Search Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. What is a Resume?
A resume is more than just a list of jobs. It's your personal brochure to get a job or find a career. A resume is a powerful instrument about you and the company you hope to work for. Here is the definition of a resume.
2. How to Tell if You Got the Job
Does a smile from the interviewer mean you got the job? What if they say "we will contact you in a couple of days." Is there a way to determine whether or not you snagged the job?
3. Job Search Methods
Remember when looking for a job was as easy as reaching for the newspaper? Many companies no longer use print media to advertise their openings. There are now so many different avenues to use. Learn some of the most common methods of to use in searching for a new job.
4. How to Explain a Spotty Work History
Have you held a lot of jobs in a short period of time? Now when it comes time to look for a new job, youíre not sure how to explain hopping from job to job. The worst thing you can do is to try to trick employers. Here are statements to offer when you get stuck.
5. How to Work With a Headhunter
Do you need help finding a job? Before you turn to a professional head hunter or recruiter, learn what to look for so you donít waste your time or money.
6. How to Find a Job in a Weak Economy
When the economy is struggling, jobs become even more scarce. Mass mailing your resume will waste your time, but you need to be ready at any second to sell yourself. Learn what works and what doesn't.
7. How to Spot a Fake Job Ad
It sounds like the perfect job and offers a really high salary, but no real job information. Is it a job or a scam? Donít get taken by job scams. Learn what to look for.
8. How to Handle the Relocation Question
With thousands of applicants in the job market, how do you make yourself more marketable? If an employer has multiple locations Ė relocation may be the answer. Learn how to go about letting them know youíre interested.
9. Prepare For the Job Market Before You Graduate
The job market is tight. Don't wait until your senior year before you begin career planning. The time to start is freshman year.
10. Understanding Job Market Myths
Fact or fiction? The key to a successful job search is knowing when something is the truth and when itís a myth. Learn the truth that just may help you with your job search.
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