Articles in the Job Hunting Tips Category
There’s a new networking group that is meeting in the much needed Southwest Ft Worth geography. We meet every 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at the ArborLawn United Methodist Church at 5001 Briarhaven Rd Fort Worth, TX 76109 at 6:30pm
Come out and meet other jobseekers and people with jobs looking to make a better move to another opportunity. Facilitated by Patricia Johnson and Foster Williams, our focus is opportunities in the Tarrant County and surrounding counties adjacent to Southwest Ft Worth area.
Company hiring managers and jobsearch subject …
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What to Do If You’re “Overqualified” for The Job
I get a lot of emails from individuals that have been fortunate enough to either get phone calls or be brought in to discuss potential job opportunities with companies that are actually hiring.
Some aren’t so fortunate, and when they follow-up, the most common response that they receive for not being called in is that “we ‘d love to hire you, but you’re over overqualified for this position”.
Overqualified? What does that even mean? That’s almost like being turned down for being too …
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CSN sponsored Frisco Career Transition Workshop
Sept 20, 2013
Jobseekers definitely attend the number 1 jobseeker workshop in the US
The main components of any jobsearch are examined in detail.
I just created and posted a SlideShare presentation showing how to use LinkedIn Signal to view job leads and respond to them before they are posted on job boards. If you know anyone who is seeking employment please share this with them. I accept all LinkedIn invitations and have a large network containing many HR people.
Begin by submitting your application at our website.
Read about candidates who have successfully navigated our process to land employment at Success Stories.
WHO CAN APPLY?
North Texas LEAD is specifically designed for experienced, diverse individuals who can positively and substantively contribute to the operations of one of our partner employers. If you hold a four year degree and significant experience in the same field as the job for which you are applying, feel free to take the first step in your journey and submit your application. Your resume will be screened …
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Watermark’s job group, Careers-in-Motion, helps you handle unemployment. We meet
every Tuesday at 8am and on 2nd Saturdays at 9am, 8 story Watermark tower, 7540
Join us at
Nov 1 Joe Borden – Getting into the Game
Nov 8 Debbie MRazek – Referrals: who do you REALLY know
Sat Nov 12 Workshop on job interviews (with lots of recruiters)
Nov 15 Linda Howard – You lost me at hello
Nov 22 Dirk Spencer – Resume Psychology
Nov 29 Chris Hill – Employment to Empowerment
Dec 6 JR Atkins – Social Media & your Career
Dec 13 Hawkins …
1. Computer Class Assistant (on campus)
Campus computer lab assistants to help students and teachers, with hardware and software, providing them with basic problems of computer labs. If necessary, also monitor the students ‘work’ and tasks, and perform clerical duties assigned. They conduct presentations on various software and maintenance of laboratory equipment, cleaning hard drives, monitors, keyboards and scanning hard drives for viruses. Candidates for this function is expected to have some knowledge of Microsoft Office products, operating systems and hardware. However, some training is given in the early stages after …
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1. Why did you get fired/ terminated? – This question is tricky yet needs to be answered with full honesty. The interviewer would want to hear your honesty and your side of the story. Support your answer with a very good explanation. In case you get fired due to legal issues, explain that you were currently working on it and that it does not have anything to do with your performance. Your explanation in your answer is very important; it should be direct and should not contain intersections.
2. Tell …
Job seekers often make mistakes during their job search – but in these tough economic times even the slightest detail must be taken care of. From resumes to cover letters, and from the interview to the reference and background check, there are 12 huge mistakes that can be avoided with just a little bit of effort on the job seeker’s part. Read on to see what they are and improve your job search!
RESUMES and COVER LETTERS
1. Not customizing your resume for each job submittal: Each resume you submit should be tailored to …
A job interview is no easy task. In fact many job seekers have trouble with the same set of questions. To ease the process of interviewing, we’ve listed the Top 10 Hardest Job Interview Questions. Focus on these job interview questions, study them, learn them, research them, and ace your next job interview!
1. Why did you get fired/ terminated? – This question is tricky yet needs to be answered with full honesty. The interviewer would want to hear your honesty and your side of the story. Support your answer with …