How can you make your job application stands out? Use these strategies to grab the attention of recruiters, get noticed by the hiring team, and land a great new job.
What happens after you’ve sent in a job application? Here’s when and how to follow up on your job application, and what to include in your message.
If you are job searching for the first time, or it’s been a while, you’ll want to brush up on best practices for job applications. Learn how to organize your job applications, types of job applications, and more.
Use this job application checklist to make sure your resume, cover letter and other items are complete, error-free, optimized, and ready to submit.
Be sure that your resumes and job applications contain the best keywords when you apply for a job. Here’s how…
Jon Shields shares how 3 of the top applicant tracking systems — Taleo, iCIMS, and SilkRoad — analyze your resume to determine if you are are a match with job requirements.
Jon Shields shares 3 great tips on how to beat the ATS systems employers use to screen job applicants.
Articles and information about job search for job seekers who are over 50 including the Baby Boomer generation.
Employee referral programs are the best way to get hired. This article explains how to leverage them effectively, including a sample email message to an employee of your target employer.
Diane Hudson Burns offers strategies for responding appropriately when an employer request applicants complete a job application in stead of, or in addition to, submitting a resume.
How to choose the right words to make your resume and your social media profiles appear in the right search results for you.
USAjobs.gov is a centralized resource from the US Federal Government containing many Federal Government Job Postings.
Former federal government hiring manager Nancy Segal describes the 12 worst mistakes she has seen federal job applicants make most often — and how to avoid them.