You’ve recently lost your job and like any executive, you want to optimize your LinkedIn profile to connect with potential employers, executive search firms, colleagues, and other contacts who can help you in your job search. You may be wondering how to address your recent unemployment to your advantage on your LinkedIn profile.
The following strategies will make a big impact on your job search.
We don't think like psychologists. And in doing so, we sell ourselves short. Here are six ways to change that:
New Resume-filtering technology means the old Resume rules may no longer apply. Recruiting technology, like the increasingly prevalent applicant tracking system (ATS), is making it easier and faster for job-seekers to find and apply to their ideal employment opportunities.
Talent acquisition professionals also appreciate the multiple benefits of an ATS, one of which is reducing the burden of reading hundreds, if not thousands, of résumés to find the right candidate for a position.
Over the past decade, LinkedIn has become an essential personal branding tool. It has never been more important to build and maintain a stellar LinkedIn profile.
The virtual professional network has morphed from an online resume and networking site to a comprehensive personal branding resource.
The secret to success for a job seeker is the willingness to go all out on the job search in the weeks before – and even during – the holiday season.
To help stay motivated, job seekers need to remember that the common perception that hiring falls off during the holidays is a myth, says Doug Richardson, a Philadelphia career counselor.
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