Want to work from your home? Nancy Collamer offers 5 keys to successfully finding a good fit work-from-home job.
Job-Hunt’s Lifestyle-Friendly Careers Expert, Nancy Collamer, offers 4 questions to ask potential employers to help you figure out if they are
Informational interviews can save you from making career mistakes and can also improve your knowledge and network.
Mark Feffer describes how to research the hiring manager to determine if you really want the job and to prepare for the job interview.
How to handle unemployment gaps of up to 2 years on your resume.
Use these 5 techniques to build rapport with the interviewer so you are successful in your next job interview.
Recruiter/headhunter Jeff Lipschultz offers savvy advice for differentiating yourself from other candidates with these smart answers to 15 job interview questions.
After the interview, the interviewers get together and decide which of the interviewees to hire. Recruiter Biron Clark shares what they talk about so you can understand what you need to do to succeed.
Job seekers can learn a great deal by checking out potential employers’ Websites.
Articles and information about job search for job seekers who are over 50 including the Baby Boomer generation.
Sometimes change we don’t want, change we may even fear and dread, can be very good for us in the long run. Like a layoff. Here’s how…
If you’ve lost your job, it’s very important to understand the difference between being fired and being laid off.
Debra Wheatman describes 4 essential and important kinds of information to research, when evaluating a potential employer.
According to the dictionary, a graduate has advanced to a new level of skill, achievement, or activity. SO… Be a layoff GRADUATE, rather than a layoff survivor.
Parmelee Eastman offers strategies for researching the financial strength of private companies to discover if they are good places to work.
Debra Wheatman, Job-Hunt’s Company Research Expert, identifies 4 sources of information on small companies, where most job growth occurs.
Recognizing the signs of a pending layoff as well as how to handle it if it happens to you are key survival skills for the 21st century.
If you know what to watch, you can sometimes recognize the warning signs that a layoff may be pending. Watch for these 6 signs.
If you suspect that a layoff is pending, take these 10 steps at home to protect yourself and lay the groundwork for your next job.
If you suspect that a layoff is pending, take these 12 steps at work to protect yourself and lay the groundwork for your next job.