10 Examples of Job Seekers Successfully Utilizing Social Media


10 Examples of Job Seekers Successfully Utilizing Social Media Posted on Doostang.com: Photo: Freedigitalphotos.net Ignoring social media in your job search can be detrimental to landing a new job. Not only is it important to get active on these platforms, but you may also need to step outside of your comfort zone in order toContinue reading “10 Examples of Job Seekers Successfully Utilizing Social Media”

8 Money Questions to Ask When Considering a Job Offer


You made it through the screening process and interview, and now the job offer is on the table. Congratulations! Between the offer and your first day on the job leaves one step—discussing compensation and benefits. Unfortunately, job seekers shy away from this—something so crucial to their future. New hires (both men and women) are soContinue reading “8 Money Questions to Ask When Considering a Job Offer”

Is Your Social Media Activity "Resume Ready?"


There are two types of job seekers—those who are actively seeking employment, and those currently working, but searching for better opportunities. Unlike active candidates, those people are known as ‘passive.’ Both types have one thing in common—they spend time online. A lot of time online. Recruiters and human resources departments know how much of ourContinue reading “Is Your Social Media Activity "Resume Ready?"”

Retaining Employees is Cheaper Than Hiring New Ones [Infographic]


If you think that hiring new employees will give you back the lost productivity when the tough economic times have passed, you are kidding yourself. Employee retention is the key to keeping above water in a downturn; loyalty and morale is always higher when an employer invests in the existing workforce. Recruitment, hiring and trainingContinue reading “Retaining Employees is Cheaper Than Hiring New Ones [Infographic]”

Is Your Social Media Activity “Resume Ready?”


There are two types of job seekers—those who are actively seeking employment, and those currently working, but searching for better opportunities. Unlike active candidates, those people are known as ‘passive.’ Both types have one thing in common—they spend time online. A lot of time online. Recruiters and human resources departments know how much of ourContinue reading “Is Your Social Media Activity “Resume Ready?””

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