5th February 2012

Top 5 Job opportunity Search Tips

Looking for a new Job opportunity can become a Job opportunity in itself, however if you plan your search correctly, you could be on your way to a great new career sooner than you think. Here’s our advice on the key things to need to do to make your Job opportunity hunt a resounding success. 1. Look for hidden vacancies Instead of advertising their available jobs, employers often look to fill vacancies by word-of-mouth, headhunting or simply by ...
5th February 2012

Top 5 Salary Tips

Top 5 Salary Tips

As much as we all look for Job opportunity satisfaction, most workers agree that money is the real reason they get out of bed and go to work each day. These tips will help you get paid what you deserve and make the most of the money you earn. 1. Work out your value Thoroughly research what other people with your skills and experience are getting paid so you can back up your salary demands. Remember that ...
5th February 2012

Ten Time Saving Tips to Speed Up Your Job opportunity Search

Is your Job opportunity search off to a slow start or getting stuck? Here are some quick time-saving Job opportunity search tips that will help your hunt for a new Job opportunity go smoothly. Be Prepared. Have a voice mail system in place and sign-up for a professional sounding email address. Put your cell phone number on your resume so you can follow up in a timely manner. This Job opportunity search toolkit will help you ...
5th February 2012

5 Tips for College Students Using Facebook for the Job opportunity Search

The social network can be a powerful tool for finding employment. Facebook takes many forms: it’s a social network, a photo album, and a game platform, among other things. But with the recent announcement of a partnership with agencies including the U.S. Department of Labor, Facebook may soon become another entity to its users: a Job opportunity search site. The social network launched “Social Jobs”, an online platform that provides advice and tools for the Job opportunity ...
5th February 2012

Use LinkedIn to Enhance Your Employment Options

What do Microsoft, Ebay, Netflix, and Target have in common? All these companies (and many more) have used LinkedIn to recruit candidates for employment. Kay Luo, Director of Corporate Communications at LinkedIn, explains why, “The main reason that companies are using LinkedIn is to find passive Job opportunity candidates. Another reason why companies are using LinkedIn, is because referrals from their employees are highly valued because they typically have a higher success rate (hence the popular ...
5th February 2012
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How To Use Facebook as a Job opportunity Search Help

Yes, all the hype is around Twitter and LinkedIn over the best ways to find a new Job opportunity these days. But, I still think that Facebook is highly underutilized in the Job opportunity search.  And with the Facebook community being the 3rd largest country in the world, why not look to start here instead? Logging into Facebook and typing the word “careers” into the search box will bring back 1,700 fan pages.  What a great place to begin ...
5th February 2012

How to Use Instant Message to Job opportunity Search

Integrating Instant Messaging into Your Job opportunity Search Instant messaging (IM) services can be a good tool to use when Job opportunity searching. If you have an instant message account you can use it for networking, both with the people on your buddy list and with professional contacts. You can also sign up to receive new Job opportunity postings via IM. Instant messaging allows users to be in direct contact in real time, which saves going back ...
5th February 2012

How to Use Twitter to Land a Job

Are you using Twitter for your Job opportunity search? If you have yet to see results, don’t give up! Using the social-networking tool, you can find real jobs and connect with real people who are hiring. One of Twitter’s most useful aspects is the access it provides you. Recruiters, HR representatives, hiring managers, and executives all use Twitter on a daily basis. Unlike an online Job opportunity posting where you can only apply via the information ...
5th February 2012

How to Use the Internet in Your Job opportunity Search

You may be thinking about using the Internet to help you in your quest for a new job. If not, you should. Maybe this will persuade you: in 1998, there were over 28 million jobs posted on the Internet. That number includes Job opportunity Boards, Corporate Web sites, and Usenet (1999 Electronic Recruiting Index, Interbiznet.com, 1998). According to Job opportunity Searching Online for Dummiesby Pam Dixon, 17,000 new jobs are posted online each week and ...
5th February 2012

Job opportunity Search Email Accounts

Set Up a Job opportunity Search Email Account When you’re looking for a job, it’s a good idea to set up an email account just for Job opportunity searching. That way your professional email won’t get mixed in with your personal mail. Free Email Accounts There are a variety of free web-based email services, like Gmail and Yahoo, that you can use. You’ll be able to check your email online from any computer, so using web mail is a ...
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