Here are the Top 5 This Week – @andywergedal
Technology has changed the face of the job search forever. It is not enough to have good grades and graduate from a good school. Today, you need to know about email, social networking and personal branding. Check out these articles for some inspiration on how to get the edge over your competition and land the job you want.
The Top 5 This Week
1. Is Your Morning Routine Hurting Your Career? –
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Most of what you hear about facebook while looking for a job involves keeping your information as private as possible from potential employers. While this is good advice, Facebook can also be a valuable tool in your job search, as many smaller companies post their job ads on their Facebook pages.
The era of the thank you note after a job interview is over. Well, not the actual “thank you,” just the delivery system. It’s critically important that you thank the interviewer for the opportunity, but it’s also critically important that you get it to him within 24 hours. And a handwritten, snail-mailed note just won’t do that. Send an email.
The Internet offers you numerous free ways to demonstrate your subject area expertise, set yourself apart from your competition, and build your online visibility. There are several ways you can take small steps today that represents investments you can build on later, developing a major competitive advantage relative over your peers.
If you are applying for similar types of positions, which you should be doing, here are some tips to make it easier for you to ease your writers block and answer the questions with impact and relevance.
I’ve been branded a professional encourager and a diplomatic pessimist. (I’m not sure how those work together). Check out my editorial posting on 40×50.com and on twitter @andywergedal… I have a passion for helping people find jobs.