Everybody needs a resume nowadays. When you are applying for almost any job, a resume tells the employer everything they need to decide whether they want to interview you or not. Unfortunately, resumes can also be intimidating. To make it easier for you, we have provided a series of posts to walk you through the… Read More

The job interview: one of the most nerve-wracking experiences in modern civilization. You have to dress and act your best, answer perfectly, and still, somehow, just be yourself. Seeing how difficult and sweat-inducing this can be, it is surprising that so many people fail to prepare properly. Well, as with so many things, proper performance… Read More

You probably fit into one of these categories: currently employed, seeking employment, recently graduated, or still in college. Wherever you are in the employment market, you face obstacles to overcome and frustrations with the current job outlook and the future. It’s no surprise that graduates will face the daunting task this summer of searching for… Read More

If you’re a college student, you’ve probably heard the buzz about Twitter. Many people, even upcoming graduates, might find Twitter to be more of a “post your thoughts” social tool, akin to text messaging. But in reality, Twitter can be a valuable job assist tool for every college graduate, especially in such a competitive marketplace.… Read More

Graduation is just a few weeks away and every college graduate is thinking about their future. Graduates can’t afford to spend time resting on their laurels—the future awaits and so do those hard-to-find jobs. It is common knowledge that networking works in the job search. If you make good contacts and expand your network, the… Read More

Are you in a funk because it’s taking longer than you thought to find a job? The competition is tough right now, but you can’t let that get you down. The only way you’ll find work is to stay focused. Read how millions of unemployed Americans are keeping motivated while looking for jobs, even though open career doors are hard to find.… Read More

Even though the market isn’t quite as tough right now as it was during the peak of the recession, it’s still difficult particularly for new grads. They generally have little experience and their relying on the knowledge and skills that they learned in college to help them get the job. But the problem is that there are many individuals that have both a college degree and experience that are also competing for the same jobs. New grads are going to have to expand their searches if they’re going to find a job. It’s now necessary for individuals to search out of state.… Read More