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Job hopping is a pattern of changing companies every year or two of one's own volition rather than as a result of something like a layoff or company closure. If you are being accused of job-hopping or have a resume that clearly indicates the fact that you are a job hopper then it is very likely that the interviewer would grill you over this point! “Why”, you ask? Well, in a competitive world like today, no company would like...
How to look for a job after a stint of unemployment After being employed for quite a while, one may find it difficult to jump back in the race and look for a fresh new job. You may not be updated with the latest trends of the market or may not have an idea of what to do. Which is why we are here. Following are the top 5 tips to find a job after a stint of unemployment 1. Do your market research It is important to...
Are you an active job seeker looking for the right opportunity to put your foot in the door? Well, if your answer is yes, then this article is just for you!  We bring to you the top 7 tips for young professionals to impress their employers!    1. Always lead with your strengths   The best way to impress an employer is to let them know what you bring to the table. Open the conversation with your...
College graduation often comes with a mixed bag of emotions. On one hand, you're incredibly excited to close this chapter and move on to the next in the “real world.” But on the other hand, you know this major change comes with a lot of uncertainty — and with that, anxiety. This is especially true if you find yourself unemployed and still searching for an entry-level job.   Which is why we bring to you the...
The term passive job search refers to an individual that is currently employed and is willing to learn about new career opportunities. An individual that is passively job searching does not actively seek out job openings. The advantages of passive job seekers!  1. They won’t come without a reason Passive candidates will not leave their job if your offer would not be better than the current situation. Your candidate will...
The process of job hunting is tough. It's not only hard on your wallet, it's hard on your self-esteem. When you have sent out dozens of resumes and landed multiple interviews, all without success, it's hard not to get discouraged.   At this time, you'll begin to rationalize your lack of employment by blaming outside influences: "It's a tough market right now." "There aren't currently many opportunities in my field."...
A career fair is a recruiting event in which employers and recruiters meet with potential employees and where job seekers find more about job openings at potential employers.  The whole point of a career fair is to connect job seekers and recruiters!  One might want to visit a job expo for students for various reasons, the primary being “a personal touch”. Once you visit a career fair, you get a real-time...
Wendi Weiner has mastered the craft of re-branding oneself and marketing professional skills through powerful means. Wendi left a law practice after 11 years and transitioned from a powerhouse litigator into a highly-acclaimed career and branding expert with a roster of clients that spans Fortune and S&P 500 general counsels, business leaders, and senior executives. Wendi's clients often come to her with zero digital footprint and...
The job site Ladders has released the updated 2018 version of its"Eye-Tracking Study"—first unveiled in 2012—that tracks the amount of time recruiters spend looking at the resumes of job seekers. The study, which utilized a technique called "eye tracking," analyzed the amount of time a group of professional recruiters took to review candidate resumes and found that, despite fierce competition for talent, recruiters still...
Hiring is not taking a summer vacation, as 41 percent of employers plan to hire seasonal workers for the summer, on par with last year. Of these employers, 1 in 4 plan to pay summer hires $15 per hour on average – double the federal minimum wage ($7.25). The vast majority (88 percent) expect to transition some summer hires into permanent roles, up from 79 percent last year. Employers are targeting various workforce...
San Francisco, New York City are top destinations for workers who want to move, while Providence, R.I and San Jose have the highest percentage of workers applying to other cities. Glassdoor , one of the world's largest job and recruiting sites, released a new economic research study today revealing that more than a quarter (28.5 percent) of applications on Glassdoor were to jobs outside of an applicant's current metro. The...
ON Partners, the results-driven retained executive search firm, today announced the results of its Digital Jobs Index for the first quarter of 2018. Bay Area employment increased at a rapid pace, with over 4,375 new jobs added in the software and internet sectors for a 2.1% employment gain. New York City showed a 1.8% gain and added almost 1,280 jobs, while Boston’s headcount growth was slower at 1.1%, with an increase in headcount of...