If you are going to the Community Job Fair on Thursday, January 23rd from 2pm-7pm at the Evansville Armory, it would be very smart to bring a resume!
In some cases, a resume can be a potential employer's first impression of you. At the Community Job Fair, you have the added advantage of speaking to potential employers face-to-face as well but supplementing your initial contact with a professional-
With November's arrival, we're fast approaching the holiday shopping season, and with that time of year comes seasonal-employment opportunities. Whether you’re between jobs or in the midst of a lengthy job search, or if you’re in school and need to earn some cash during the break, seasonal work can be extremely beneficial. And for some some people, it can mean future full-time employment.
Being in the market for a new job means posting your résumé online. This seems like obvious information, but if you haven’t yet posted your résumé anywhere, stop reading this and get it up on the Web as soon as possible. Or, better yet, finish reading this first and then post it. That way you’ll at least know where to begin in the very crowded world that is online résumé sites.
If you’re looking for a job, you’ve probably got your résumé online and you may even be attending career fairs. Whether you have a little or a lot of experience in your industry, there are certain working skills that all recruiters—no matter what job they’re trying to fill—are looking for in a candidate.
While the social media landscape often changes quickly, it’s pretty clear that networking on those sites is going to be a big part of our lives for a long time—both personally and professionally.