When you apply for a job, it's important to do your homework on the company. Otherwise, when you get an interview and your interviewer asks, "So, what is it about us that drew you to our company?" you aren't left stumped or jobless.
Not only that, but it's important to figure out if the company is a place YOU would enjoy working for. So, before you send off that resume, check out these sneaky ways to research a company:
After months (maybe even years) of careful thought, you have decided that the time is finally right to make a career change. This is one of the biggest decisions of your professional life and it will have a significant impact -- one way or another -- on your quality of life.
Buckle up! This change won't happen overnight and it's going to be a roller coaster of a process. As you navigate your way through the career change process, here are five mistakes to avoid.
Doing a proactive job search has become a lot easier with social platforms like LinkedIn. Now you can not only view the job listing, but you can also easily find the recruiter who's leading the search.
Reaching out to the recruiter is certainly a solid proactive job search strategy but like anything in life, there's a right and wrong way to do it. Here's the best way to connect with a recruiter on LinkedIn!