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The length of time to find a job can vary considerably. Many factors are at play. Some people secure a job days after first submitting their application for a position. Others, it may take weeks or months to secure employment. Factors such as: – the economic climate; – availability of jobs; – competition from other … Continue reading How long can it take to secure an interview?
So, you have lost your job or are about to lose your job. What can you do? First and foremost is not to panic and prepare to start actively applying and tailoring your resume and cover letter to positions. Carefully consider your skills and experience. Open up your options to jobs that you can do … Continue reading I no longer have a job. What should I do now?
Okay, so there has been much talk circulating about an impending recession for 2020. Whatever the case may be, you may be wondering what you can do to prepare now. Here are 5 ways I believe can help an individual prepare for a recession in case they lose their job: Get your resume and cover … Continue reading The recession of 2020? Top 5 ways you can prepare yourself now!
With a career change, you will need a cover letter to go with your revamped resume, as your resume may not have the relevant experience a hiring manager is looking for. It’s essential to make the most of your cover letter as an opportunity to demonstrate why you are a good fit despite lacking the specific … Continue reading Writing a cover letter for a career change
It can sure get tough finding a job. We want the right job, but often is the case we settle for anything just to be employed. I don’t see anything wrong with that. It can certainly look good on a resume as opposed to a lengthy unemployed history, and it also helps to keep us … Continue reading How to stay motivated and positive despite set backs in securing work, by Matthew Coppola
When an employer or a recruiter reviews your resume and cover letter, they are essentially screening your application to determine whether or not you meet their business’ needs and job criteria and if so, whether they will invite you in for an interview or not. If it is one of the first few applications that … Continue reading What is an employer looking for when they see my resume? By Matthew Coppola