Ask old colleagues and managers if they know of any openings. Or they may at least have contact information for their office HR Professionals or Hiring Manager. Especially his or her emails! If not, ask them for their boss’ email – always level up!!! Eventually you’ll get to some big wig that might help and not think you’re just soliciting.
Now that You Got the Interview, Don’t Mess it Up! In a good interview, there are a lot of reasons you get the job because of what you said and did. You can also get the job because of what you do not say and do! Follow these tips for a successful interview and make sure you don’t make the same mistakes that have hindered so many for a chance to earn a livelihood. 1.
021411 JobStickers Podcast #4: Sample Interview Closing Questions For the 4th installment of the MJW Careers’ JobSticker’s podcast, we will be discussing some sample interview closing questions. You should always be asking questions at the end of an interview! On the show, we discussed some tips and don’t forget about our Free Resume contest. For more info about these and other great job hunting tips, please visit www.jobstickers.com or our website www.mjwcareers.com.
Tips for Avoiding Recruiters’ Blacklists There are reasons why recruiters or hiring managers do not call back some job seekers: blacklists! In today’s tough job market, desperate job seekers are pursuing what little jobs are available. Hiring managers have plenty of applicants to choose from, so they are justifiably selective and quick to record any negatives they discover. If you are blacklisted, recruiters do not submit you to jobs today, even years from now. Even
Job Hunting Help: Tapping Into the Hidden Job Market For every employer who must downsize, there is an employer who needs to hire the right person for the right job. In any circumstance, businesses are always hiring someone that can make them profitable now! “We have a hiring freeze,” does not mean they are not hiring. It means they are not increasing their headcount. Every year has 20-25% turnover, so in a 1,000-employee company, 200-250