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There are few sentences that carry as much “I’ve moved up in the world” cache as, “I’m on the board.” In the corporate world, having a seat on the board—the core group of advisors and decision-makers in an organization—is a major symbol of leadership. And as many organizations look to expand and diversify their boards […] The post Are you ready to become a board member? appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
3 signs you should be working in HR
Are you searching for a career path that’s right for you? Depending on your background, interests, and skillset, you may want to take a closer look at the HR field and what it might have to offer. Although HR is a broad term that spans a wide spectrum of employment options, there are a few […] The post 3 signs you should be working in HR appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
3 steps to finding success at your new job
When you’re starting a new job, there’s a lot to be excited about. You’re at the beginning of a significant new chapter in your professional life that could be filled with amazing new opportunities. You’re about to be exposed to different people and ideas, and chances to challenge yourself with new projects, build new skills, […] The post 3 steps to finding success at your new job appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
6 questions recruiters always ask—and how to answer them
While you can’t anticipate which exact questions you’re going to be asked in a job interview situation, recruiters can actually be pretty predictable and consistent when it comes to their interview content. Recruiters are trying to suss out whether you’ll be a good fit for their openings, so the baseline questions are often very similar. […] The post 6 questions recruiters always ask—and how to answer them appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
The 5 people you should have as a reference
Handing over a list of references to a potential new employer can feel like tricky business. If you don’t have a job offer in hand, you might be worried about your job search getting back to your current employer. If you’re just starting out, you may worry that you don’t yet have a good go-to […] The post The 5 people you should have as a reference appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
The dos and don’ts of an exit interview
It’s been said that every journey has a beginning and an end, and our career journeys are no different. Most of us start our trek through the work world with lofty goals, some semblance of a plan, and a desire to succeed. Hopefully, with a little luck and a lot of effort, we get to […] The post The dos and don’ts of an exit interview appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
How to stand out in a group interview
If you’ve been in the work world for a while or are searching for your first big break, you’re undoubtedly aware that there are few things as stressful as being on the hunt for a new job. On top of the fact that it’s a high-stakes, winner-take-all experience and the competition today is fiercer than […] The post How to stand out in a group interview appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
Is it ever too early to start a job search?
Timing can really make or break your job search. If you stay too long in a bad job, you may miss windows and opportunities for a new one. If you start blatantly interviewing while at your current job, you run the risk of burning your relationship with your employer. What’s the earliest you can start […] The post Is it ever too early to start a job search? appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
4 cover letter styles for every type of jobseeker in 2020
In 2020, the cover letter may seem like a quaint concept. After all, more often than not you’re submitting your resume electronically and putting it into an automated system that churns out keywords and data. Why bother with a specially written letter that’s intended to be seen by human eyes? But it’s that human touch […] The post 4 cover letter styles for every type of jobseeker in 2020 appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
3 job search hacks that will get you hired
In today’s winner-take-all, ultra-competitive job market, smart candidates take full advantage of every opportunity to get ahead of the competition in order to get noticed and be taken seriously by today’s savvy hiring managers. Simply put, if you’re not approaching your job search with this level of all-or-nothing seriousness, then you’re putting yourself at a […] The post 3 job search hacks that will get you hired appeared first on TheJobNetwork.
9 career podcasts you should be following
Maybe you’re looking to get psyched for work on your morning commute. Or perhaps you actually dread going to work and want to see what it takes to start a new career. Whatever stage you’re in your work life, it’s a great time to listen to one of the fantastic career-oriented podcasts out there. From […] The post 9 career podcasts you should be following appeared first on TheJobNetwork.