Like during the Great Recession, many have lost their jobs and are now dealing with an uncertain future. Because there’s bound to be some longterm effect on the job market, we wanted to know how job seekers can best prepare themselves. We looked to the strategies that worked during the Great Recession.
The job market and workplace are changing rapidly as the COVID-19 crisis forces more companies to operate remotely and layoff…
A seasoned remote worker shares her tips for a successful video interview.
The economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis has hit workers, especially those in service industries, hard. As the effects trickle…
Overall hiring has slowed significantly. However, many companies are still looking for candidates, while others have ramped up hiring to accommodate increased sales. Here are some tips for finding a job during the COVID-19 crisis.
LinkedIn recently added a “featured” section which allows professionals to display media—everything from LinkedIn posts to external webpages—on their profiles. The new featured section is a good opportunity to showcase the professional work you are most proud of.
Condensing your resume to one page forces you to be concise and strategic about the details you include. This sort of thoughtfulness is essential to grabbing a recruiter’s attention. But one page resumes can be limiting, too. So, is a single-page resume right for you? Read on to find out.
Each year we put together our Top Experts list to help job seekers tap into the wealth of knowledge available on LinkedIn. Featured here are the generous professionals who regularly post exceptional and timely job search advice.
We want to help candidates display their unique skills and experience in the most compelling way possible. To that end, we’ve gathered all of our resume word resources below so our readers can find them in one place.
Although resume headlines comprise only a few words, these one-liners are the first thing recruiters and hiring managers read. They explain at a glance who you are and what you bring to the table.
Resume action words are powerful verbs that propel sentences forward by clearly communicating your skills and experience. View or download over 400 verbs recruiters love to see.