with writing a winning resume
- and impressing them at the job
interview - starting off on the right foot on the hunt for a new or better
position is one of the most important moves of your career.
a good job is not usually a matter of luck or an accident. Like any other success,
the lucky break comes after plenty of hard work and preparation.
out a host of online resources for fitting your skills and experience to the job,
going beyond the "click and submit" method, along with timely tips on
where to look and how to apply.
While most sectors of the job market get tight in a recession, some industries
keep on going with products and services that are increasingly in demand. Find
out what they are and where to find your own recession proof job during the economic
The Web is great for discovering available jobs and typical salary ranges, but
one expert argues that it's still not what you know but WHO you know that will
get your foot in the door and on the job fast track ...
Schmooze or lose. Find out how to get ahead of the pack with job hunting etiquette
tips that will get you noticed - and just may result in the job of your dreams
- starting with a simple "thank you"....
There are still plenty of opportunities for good paying careers with hefty starting
salaries even if you only have a high school diploma or GED. Find out where to
make the cash without the sheepskin ...
- From the author of What Color Is Your Parachute? offering a step-by-step
guide for learning how to use the Internet to your advantage on the hunt plus
lots more on resumes, cover letters, salary information and links to the best
sites for researching companies, fields and geographical areas, related feature
articles and resources.
Directory - One-stop browsing for headhunters, recruiters and employment
agencies in the U.S., Canada and U.K.
the Hidden Job Market - An extensive tutorial to networking - with former
colleagues and managers, alumni and career-related associations, and in online
message boards - with other tips and tricks to getting your foot in the door,
courtesy of Job-Hunt.org.