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In the U.S., the average retirement age for workers is 65 for men, and 63 for women. Many assume that workers who are 60+ are lining up at the retirement door. However, with financial uncertainties and other motivations at play, millions of Baby Boomers continue to stay in the workforce. And in fact, according to […] The post Top 5 jobs for Baby Boomers appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
3 questions you should always ask your new boss
Regardless of the industry you’re in, whenever you start a new job your mission is clear—make a great initial impression and reinforce the notion that you’re indeed the right person for the job. You want to demonstrate that you’re a great fit into the existing climate and culture, a seamless addition to the team, and […] The post 3 questions you should always ask your new boss appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
How to reinvent your career in 2020
A new year and a new decade have arrived. This is a moment that many of us use as an inflection point to take stock of our lives and determine if we’re happy with our current course or if a change is needed. The main area we reflect upon at times of change is our […] The post How to reinvent your career in 2020 appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
200 action verbs that will make your resume more dynamic
Take a look at your resume. When you read it, do you notice a lot of vague or passive words and phrases like “responsible for,” “tasked with,” or “worked on” describing your accomplishments? When you read your job experience bullet points is it immediately apparent what you did, or do you need to follow the […] The post 200 action verbs that will make your resume more dynamic appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
Top 5 hard skills companies need most in 2020
You may be hearing about how it’s a big trend for employers to zero in on soft skills when hiring. People skills! Leadership skills! Emotional intelligence! Those are indeed important, but when you’re on the job hunt soft skills aren’t the only ones you’ll need to get to the interview (and beyond). No matter what job […] The post Top 5 hard skills companies need most in 2020 appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
How to avoid making mistakes with your student loans
Adulthood is littered with tricky minefields of responsibility—take the right steps from the beginning and you can avoid disaster, but make too many wrong moves and things could turn out badly. Chief among the responsibilities that we must take seriously when leaving the safe confines of the classroom and entering the adult world are handling […] The post How to avoid making mistakes with your student loans appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
4 signs you might be laid off
In today’s volatile economy and tumultuous job market, it pays to be ready for anything. Unfortunately, the concept of job security is increasingly becoming an antiquated notion, and regardless of whether or not we like our jobs or how diligent we are at handling our work responsibilities, most of us are susceptible to the possibility […] The post 4 signs you might be laid off appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
Making the case for hiring older workers
If you’re responsible for hiring at your company, your goal is crystal clear: seek out and retain the very best available talent in your field in order to meet the requirements of your open positions and the needs of your business—all in an effort to help your organization push past the competition and lead the […] The post Making the case for hiring older workers appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
Confidently answer the dreaded question, “Where do you see yourself in five years?”
You’re in the interview. You have your talking points down cold, and you’ve rocked the small talk portion of the interview. You’re ready to talk about your job qualifications all day if you need to. Then the interviewer smiles, looks at you, and says, “This is all great. So where do you see yourself in […] The post Confidently answer the dreaded question, “Where do you see yourself in five years?” appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
How 2020 hiring trends will affect your job search
As baseball sage Yogi Berra once said, “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” This feels especially fitting for the fast-spinning cycle that is hiring and job seeking, with technology and social media making it feel like things are shifting constantly. But there are already some trends showing for 2020, which you should […] The post How 2020 hiring trends will affect your job search appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
4 tips for surviving a mid-career crisis
Most of us experience a wide array of challenges and triumphs across our career journeys—from the anxious rush and excitement of our first forays into the work world, when we’re figuring out who we are and what we’re passionate about, to the bittersweet reflection we’ll likely feel at the end of our professional path when […] The post 4 tips for surviving a mid-career crisis appeared first on TheJobNetwork.