5 Articles You Should Have Read In 2018
Whether you’re ready for a clean slate or holding on to all that is left in 2018, the new year is rapidly approaching. As we cherish the holiday season for a time of cheer spent with families, or whatever traditions you may partake in, we thank our readers for their support over the past year.
Reflecting on the year that was, we wanted to take a look at our most popular articles that resonated most with our readers. In 2019 we want to continue churning out content that helps job seekers find new careers, or current professionals continue their career development and we value your feedback! Let us know what type of content you would like to see by sending us a message on Twitter!
Check out the most popular articles of 2018 below!
Your resume not only shows your work history and experience, but it is also a sales pitch to the company for why they should hire you. There are a few schools of thought on resumes in terms of length, content and format, but one thing remains true: the real estate on your resume should be meaningful.
As unfortunate of a reality as it may be, getting fired is part of the career journey. It is an emotional time filled with uncertainty both personally and professionally. It is important to realize that you’re not the first, and definitely not the last, person to ever get fired, but that is easier said than done. To avoid falling into a funk, check out these top strategies to help you return to your happy, productive self.
Regardless of what stage you’re at in your career, you will always need a resume. While its contents will change throughout the course of your career, it is always important to include the essentials. Next time you go to edit your resume, make sure you’re including these five things.
Mentorship is a hot topic in today’s society. Finding the right mentor can have a profound impact on your personal and professional development. Once you’ve found someone willing to fill this role, what should you ask them? Consider these questions before your next conversation with a mentor!
Interviews can be an anxiety-inducing experience for even the most established professional. While there are some common questions that you can expect to be asked about your background, you should also be prepared to ask some questions yourself! Check out some of the top questions that recruiters and hiring managers have been asked that stood out.
As we look ahead to 2019, we thank you for a great 2018 and look forward to providing a great experience in the new year!