Wed.Jan 08, 2020

10 Quick and Easy Ways to Use Social Media to find a Job

Career Alley

Social media has changed the way we do many things. It has changed the way we interact with our friends, changed how we share information and photos with our families and for most, it has even changed how to find a job. Find your Dream Job Social Media Jobs Social Networks

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13 Common Remote Job Titles Without Location Requirements

Ms. Career Girl

A wide range of work from anywhere positions are available to those seeking a portable career. As job seekers enter a promising job market and a historically strong hiring season, it is a prime time for many to start or expand their efforts to find remote work. However, it is a misconception that all remote jobs can be done from any location. In fact, approximately 95% of remote jobs require workers to be based in a certain geographic location , such as a specific city, state, region or country.

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Want to Become a Costume Designer? Here’s How

Career Alley

No character is complete without the right costume to bring them to life. Costume designers get to use their creative skills, imagination and problem-solving ability. Discover Career Opportunities Costume designer

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The Radically Transparent Fashion Startup Everlane Is Finding Out Why That Idea Should Extend to Employees, Too

Evil HR Lady

“ Radical Transparency ” is the mission of clothing company, Everlane. They want customers to know everything about how they make and price their clothing. Their about section of their website includes descriptions like this: We believe our customers have a right to know how much their clothes cost to make. We reveal the true costs behind all of our products–from materials to labor to transportation–then offer them to you, minus the traditional retail markup.

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What’s the Best Way to Get Noticed by Recruiters?

Undercover Recruiter

If there’s something you’ve always wanted to know about getting hired, but weren’t sure where to look, then fear not. Our brand new panel of experts have an abundance of tips for candidates to share with you. There isn’t much these lot don’t know about getting your foot through the door at your future place […]. What’s the Best Way to Get Noticed by Recruiters? Undercover Recruiter -. Talent Acquisition Candidate tips hiring process Recruiters UR panel

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Best Mousepads for Work

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Best Mousepads for Work. Since the early days of computing, mousepads have been essential in ensuring that the usability of the mouse is optimal and is done with less friction. The use of a mousepad is to help provide support and stability on a dedicated surface. This surface allows for accurate measurement and the reduction of jitter. Mousepads also provide an added benefit ergonomically by providing padding for the user’s wrist to rest upon.

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How to End a Cover Letter (Good and Bad Closing Paragraph Examples) [2020]

Algrim.co

A cover letter closing or closing statement is the final paragraph a hiring manager (or recruiter) will see when reading a cover letter. This closing paragraph should assist in keeping the reader engaged, making them want to read the resume that was attached to the job application.

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I found out my coworkers have been mocking me in a group chat for years

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Snooping is terrible. I know. But when a coworker quit and my boss asked me to search her email for something—and I instantly saw a Gchat conversation on the side that “[my name] is the worsssst”—I just couldn’t help myself. I opened the chat and saw four coworkers, all of whom I thought I had good relationships with, spending YEARS making fun of me relentlessly.

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How Many Interview Questions to Ask?

The Corporate Con/noisseur

How Many Interview Questions to Ask? In person interviews are by far the most important step in the application process. It is, typically, the first time you will meet with the hiring manager and will have the ability to gauge their management abilities and the requirements for the job. When meeting with the interviewer, you may wonder how many interview questions to ask to increase your chances at getting hired. While there is no hard-and-fast rule, generally asking three questions is enough.

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my coworker is trying to manage me so she’ll get promoted, reporting my husband’s coworker, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My coworker is trying to manage me so she’ll get promoted. At my workplace, like at many workplaces, in order to be promoted one needs to demonstrate that they are already doing the work of the level they wish to be promoted to. A colleague with the same job title and level as me has recently made it known that she would like to be promoted.

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how do I tell my boss if she doesn’t fill the empty position I’m covering, she’ll lose me too?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Seven months ago, I got promoted from an entry-level client-service position at a medical facility to my current position as a case manager for hospitalized patients. The way our office works is that each case manager works for between one and three departments, and the responsibilities vary pretty widely depending on which department(s) you work for.

2020 26

why do job interviewers seem to lead me on?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Over the past several months, I have been lucky enough to make it to second and third round interviews. At one recently, I was told unequivocally that I was one of two remaining candidates. Everyone was so nice that I was shocked when I wasn’t offered the position. Currently, I am awaiting another decision. The final interview was out of town. I was the last to be interviewed and was told no more rounds.

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