How and When to Follow Up After Your Executive Job Application

Professional Resume Services

It’s human nature to want to receive a response very shortly after sending in your executive resume for a job application. However, the reality is an HR manager likely has to filter through hundreds of resumes on top of their other job duties, so a quick response rarely happens.

How To Ask For A Letter of Recommendation

Ms. Career Girl

The post How To Ask For A Letter of Recommendation appeared first on Ms. Do you have a letter of recommendation already? Having a letter of recommendation can provide your character backing and/or academic accomplishments to help a future boss understand what a superstar your are.

Four Reasons to Follow Up After Not Getting a Promotion

The Job Quest

Of course, he wasn’t happy about the fact that he didn’t get the job, but he wanted to advance in his career. As a result of choosing to follow up on the rejection, several positive things happened: He got more face time with a key decision-maker for that plant.

How to be Aggressive with an Executive Job Search

Professional Resume Services

Being aggressive with an executive job search doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be pushy or demanding. Aggressiveness actually means spending a significant amount of time developing the best resumes and cover letters tailored to the job and company you’re applying for.

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Is It OK To Follow Up With Interviewer Over Facebook?

Career Realism

But is following up with your interviewer via Facebook a smart move? The interviewer said he was very impressed with me overall and felt very strongly about getting me a job there. Three friends who worked there gave very good recommendations for me the same day I was there.

How Networking Affects Your Job Search

Professional Resume Services

Many people know that networking is important to their careers, but few understand how to effectively use their networking contacts when looking for a new job. Networkin g isn’t difficult, but is necessary, as it can be a very important tool in your job search strategy.

University Job Search Strategies

Careers Done Write

You did a marvelous job! I want to get this resume out to a large number of grad schools and universities that might have openings for online faculty (which are almost always part-time jobs) as well as those that might have full-time openings. What do you recommend? Deb, Q.

10 Guerrilla Job Search Tactics That Work

Ms. Career Girl

Blog Directory Contact Subscribe 10 Guerrilla Job Search Tactics That Work by Nicole Crimaldi on March 30, 2010 In my opinion, there are two things job seekers do wrong: they are too general and they are too boring. Step 1 is to take your job search offline!

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How training for a Marathon kept me motivated during my job search

Ms. Career Girl

The post How training for a Marathon kept me motivated during my job search appeared first on Ms. When I first signed up for a marathon it had nothing to do with my job search, rather it was something I’d always wanted to accomplish and decided to go ahead and take on the challenge.

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4 Job Search Tips for the Passive Candidate

Workology

She’s well-respected HR professional at her organization and until now hasn’t given much thought to jumping into the job search. She’s ready to take the plunge and after 8 years re-enter the job search market.

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Using Social Media for Your Job Search

Career Alley

Job seekers are increasingly turning to social media to find employers who are hiring. Besides LinkedIn, the social network for professionals, popular social sites like Facebook and Twitter have become useful job search tools. Good luck in your search.

Is Job Search 2.0 Worth it?

Ms. Career Girl

Blog Directory Contact Subscribe Is Job Search 2.0 by Nicole Crimaldi on May 10, 2010 Guest Post by, Jenny McCoy They say it’s easier to get a job when you have a job, but I’m not so sure. I launched my job search 2.0 The first week of my job search 2.0

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Showing Your Gratitude During the Job Search

The Job Quest

by Julie Walraven of Design Resumes Follow-up: The Tip-the Scale Job Search Step by Susan Guarneri on Career Hub In addition to all of that advice, here are some sample thank-you letters , courtesy of Susan Ireland. The Job Quest July 28th, 2010 @ 1:21 pm [.]

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when job searching, where is the line between admirable and annoying persistence?

Ask A Manager

I truly feel as though getting this job would be a career changer for me, and I know based on my experience, skills, and what the company says its looking for that I would be a great asset to the company. Should I switch up tactics and contact another employee to see if I can secure an interview that way? After applying for a job, you can reach out by email once … although many hiring managers, myself included, feel that even that is unnecessary and slightly annoying.

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?? 365 Top Tips to Rock Your Job Search Every Day of 2018

JobMob

Your job search crash course this year. A job search tip a day keeps the recruiters away closer… This isn't a calendar. Some of the tips only apply to job seekers of certain kinds, such as graduates, older job seekers and employed job seekers.

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Top Reasons You Need a Job Search Email

JobMob

When email is so critical to your job search, you need to think about it critically. Cover letters, resumes, interview invites, follow ups, thank you notes, contract offers and more… it all gets sent over email. 6 reasons to have a job search email address.

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366 Job Search Tips for Every Day of 2016

JobMob

Your job search crash course this year. A job search tip a day keeps the recruiters away closer… This isn’t a checklist. Some of the tips only apply to job seekers of certain kinds, such as graduates, older job seekers and employed job seekers.

2016 83

How To Stay Positive During A Long Job Search

Career Realism

How To Stay Positive During A Long Job Search. There is little getting around the fact that job search can be a soul-sucking process that eats at your self-esteem and sense of worth. Related: 5 Tips To Stay Positive And Motivated While Job Searching.

2016 83

Resume Lingerie and 10 Other Guerrilla Job Search Strategies

Executive Career Brand

Meg Guiseppi, C-level Executive Job Search Coach — Resume, Biography, Branding, Online Identity & ROI Value Communications Blog Home Intro Personal Branding 360 Reach Personal Brand Assessment Why hire a Reach Certified Personal Branding Strategist? Maybe it’s time to consider shaking things up and innovating an unconventional search campaign to position yourself above the crowd. Know what job you seek and where you can get that job.

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Top 25 Must-Have iPhone Apps for Your Job Search

Career Rocketeer

In today’s ever-challenging job market, job seekers must be on the hunt for new opportunities 24/7 to maintain a competitive advantage over other top job candidates. This free app provides you immediate access to their database of new job listings.

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Ex-Boss Won't Give Recommendation

Career Realism

O’Donnell Recently, an Excelle community member asked me how to deal with an ex-boss reluctant to give a recommendation. Many folks have learned the following lesson the hard way: Never leave a job without getting your recommendations. STEP 2: Pick up the phone.

Thank You Notes – Managing Your Post-Interview Impression

Jennifer Anthony

Woody Allen is famous for saying “Eighty percent of success is showing up.&# A similar sentiment is often assigned to the thank you note during a job search; a common rule of thumb is that a follow-up note should be sent via U.S. In fact, it is recommended that you write thank you notes via e-mail if you know that the hiring decision will be made within a short time span.). 5 Surefire Ways to NOT Get the Job You Want. By Chandlee Bryan.

2011 109

9 Job Search Tools Every Job Hunter Must Use

JobMob

Call it the 21st Century Job Hunter’s Toolbox. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Use all of the following tools in order to make the most of your job search and minimize the time it takes to land a job.

2011 108

College Grad, Job Bound, Late Summer Job Search Vol 2

Career Alley

CareerAlley Career advice, job search advice and job search site reviews Comments By Email Posts Jobs powered by Simply Hired « Restarting Your Job Search When All Else Fails – Vol 1 The Best Companies to Work for – Vol 13 » College Grad, Job Bound, Late Summer Job Search Vol 2 “ Doing the job right the first time gets the job done. Doing the job wrong 14 times gives you job security.

2010 109

Valentine's Day and Your Job Search | Career Rocketeer

Career Rocketeer

To get some inspiration I started surfing the net, and everywhere I went I was bombarded by Valentine’s Day ads and it dawned on me that there are important lessons we can learn about job hunting from this Hallmark holiday. So here are a few random thoughts for job hunters on St. So if your job search is stuck in neutral I suggest you approach it from a different perspective. So every morning you need to wake up and love who you are.

2011 73

10 Tips: Asking For Recommendations On LinkedIn | Tim's Strategy

Tim's Strategy

Blog Free Downloads Sponsor Resources FAQ [09.27.10] View Comments 10 Tips: Asking For Recommendations On LinkedIn So I’ve decided to spend a good portion of the week on getting and using references. And it took up half the Q&A portion of the morning.

2010 113

Are You Proactive in Your Job Search? | Career Rocketeer

Career Rocketeer

Career Rocketeer Career Search and Personal Branding Blog Home About Career Rocketeer Meet the Team Guest Experts Partners LinkedIn 360° Resources Job Search Websites Career Books Job Search Tracker Launchpad Blogroll Events Career Studios Advertise Contact Personal Branding Job Search Resumes Interviews Social Media Networking Career Management Everything Else You are here: Home / Job Search / Are You Proactive in Your Job Search?

2011 60

short answer Saturday: another job search edition — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager short answer Saturday: another job search edition January 29, 2011 We did a job search edition of short answer Saturday last week , but the questions keep piling up so here’s another one. which job should I take?

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do I have to give this former coworker a recommendation?

Ask A Manager

I worked with him about two years ago at a very small company: I was a brand new manager, and this was his first proper job. At first, I just ignored it, but now he’s sent several follow-up emails asking why I haven’t sent him something, and explaining he’s looking for a new job, and as the company was quite small and he didn’t have a lot of experience before working with me, he really needed my endorsement for his future employers.

how do I get my friends and family to butt out of my job search?

Ask A Manager

I can pursue long shots, indulge in a fun but low-paying job if I choose, or even retrain for a different industry. As I read about the travails of other job-seekers, I’m acutely aware that life is not fair in my favor in this regard. I’m grateful that my friends think of me when they see certain writing-related job postings, but to tell the truth, these jobs don’t really feel like they’d fit me.

will looking like a teenager harm my job search?

Ask A Manager

About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager will looking like a teenager harm my job search? I’ve tried getting a more mature hair cut, dressing older, wearing make up, etc… but it doesn’t help much. What can I do to make up for this disadvantage?

2011 76

short answer Saturday: job search edition — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager short answer Saturday: job search edition January 22, 2011 It’s short answer Saturday: six short answers to six short questions. Is it better to respond to a job ad immediately or wait a few days? which job should I take?

2011 72

you must launch an aggressive job search campaign

Resume Writing

Resume Writing Blog: Creating Prints Master Resume Writer | Certified Resume Writer | Expert provides free resume writing information, resume help, tips, advice, career job searching tools, online social networking via this Resume Blog, Resume Writing Blog, Career Blog. Blog Home Page Career Books Resume Quote Services Offered CreatingPrints Website Job Search Links Executives Nursing « Are You Properly Leveraging Your References?

2009 40

Five Quick Tips for Effective Networking in a Job Search | Boomers.

Boomers Next Step

Contact Podcast Release Submit Article Resources Site Map Home Careers Cover Letters Interviewing Resume Help Age Bias Lifestyle Networking Entrepreneurs Franchising Retirement Start Ups Videos Related Posts Similar Posts No Related Post Finding Work Today Boomer Fitness Walk, Then Run Beginning Triathlete – Important Triathlon Training Tips Why Do You Need a Heart Rate Monitor? You are not asking for a job, you are asking for their wisdom. People rarely have jobs.

2011 58

Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y Competing for Jobs?

Resume Bear

There are essentially three generations of job seekers vying for jobs today : Baby Boomers, Generation X or Gen X, and Generation Y or Millennials. ” “They are used to online job searches, emailing résumés and following up via both email and handwritten notes.”

How Do I Find Jobs on LinkedIn?

Ms. Career Girl

The post How Do I Find Jobs on LinkedIn? LinkedIn has rapidly become the leading job search platform where members from every industry and job function can: Quickly find career opportunities in any location. Save interesting jobs for later resume submission.

2016 182

my employer wants me to apologize for job-searching, how far back should your resume go, and more

Ask A Manager

I was laid off a couple of months ago and took another job to help pay the bills. I don’t know if I’m supposed to apologize for something being on her desk, or for looking for jobs. Be prepared, though, for the possibility that may not want to, because they could very reasonably feel burned by you moving on soon after they hired you — although that depends in part on the nature of the job.). But I never get the job. It’s five answers to five questions.

2015 58

How to Creatively Network for Your Job Search (guest blog from Sam.

Corn on the Job

Corn on the Job Wisdom for Job Seekers Blog About Archives COTJ Blog Roll Corn Heads Contact Subscribe How to Creatively Network for Your Job Search (guest blog from Sam Diener) by Rich DeMatteo on October 13, 2009 This post was guest blogged by Sam Diener of The Sam Diener Blog.

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Why Aren’t I Getting Hired?

Professional Resume Services

The best executive resume should be customized for the job. As a Resume Writer and Career Coach , one of the questions I get asked the most is “Why can’t I find a job?” Hunting for a new job is tough, it just is. Today’s job seekers must have a presence on social media.

2016 177

8 Savvy Tips for Snaring a Job Online in Our Robust Economy

Ms. Career Girl

Job growth is expected to remain healthy in 2018 , and whether you’re unemployed or are looking for a better fit, jobs are available. Online applications are now the way of the job-search world, and standing out in the crowd isn’t easy. Follow up by email.

2018 158

Work With America’s Best Executive Recruiters

Executive Career Brand

The 250 Top-Ranked Executive Search Firms in America and 8 Tips To Work With Them. When you’re proactively job-hunting, you need to take advantage of every opportunity to advance your job search. According the online job search expert Susan P.

43% of Recruiters Blacklist Overeager & Aggressive Job Seekers

Workology

Job Search Strategies that Get You on a Recruiter’s Job Blacklist. Working as a recruiter is tough, and passive job seekers are estimated to now be 47% of your workforce a year. A large percentage of the workforce works and job search in fight or flight mode.

2012 171

Networking for Introverts

Ms. Career Girl

To make the most of this, it’s best to come up with a succinct summary of your abilities and accomplishments. To come up with your summary, start by making notes about your work experience, your skills, your career objectives and your best achievements.

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