12 Rules of Networking
Networking opportunities are everywhere for job seekers. To capitalize on these opportunities, the following networking tips should assist you in your job search. Read more.
40 Questions You Should Ask in Referral/Networking Interviews
Most job hunters, realizing that networking is critical to their search, work hard to arrange face-to-face meetings with contacts. But setting up appointments with all the friends, professional acquaintances, and corporate VIPs you can is just the first step. More important is knowing what to say once you arrive. Read more.
Are You a Savvy Networker? Test Your Networking I.Q.
We often become victims of our own culture and good intentions. Indeed, most people learn two things in their childhood that may later become detrimental to career success:
* Don't talk about other people's money - it's not your business
* Don't talk to strangers - they may take advantage of you. Read more.
Job Hunting Advice for People Over 50
Looking for a job is certainly no bed of roses for anyone, but it can be more difficult for older Americans. Perhaps they are in the job market at a time when they expected to be planning a comfortable retirement. Read more.
Questions You Should Ask at a Referral Interview
Often overlooked by job seekers, referral interviews can be the most effective interviews in your job search. These interviews have five goals. Read more.
Job Search Strategy: Network with Family, Friends, and Others
As ex-offenders begin their search for a job after incarceration, they should be networking. The single most effective way of getting a job is through networking. Your network consists of family, friends, your parole or probation officer (P.O.), former supervisor, acquaintances, minister, people you do business with, and even strangers whom you meet. Read more.