Networking during the pandemic can sound like a challenge. This blog post provides five tips for how to make the most of your virtual networking efforts.
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Even during a pandemic, there are actions you can take to find and secure a worthwhile employment opportunity.
You no doubt have heard that networking is key to a successful career. These days, we need to be cultivating and growing our connections throughout our entire career, not just when we need a job.
LinkedIn is a social networking tool that connects professionals in various fields around the world. It is also a helpful resource for finding and applying to jobs.
One of the best features of LinkedIn is being able to identify someone you might know at an organization, particularly one that you are targeting or has an open position.
The LinkedIn About section is one of the most important sections of your profile. Although each person’s Summary section will be unique, this blog post will summarize some of the latest thoughts, ideas, and examples of LinkedIn Summaries from various career experts.
This is the second of a two-part series. This post explores the “brave new world” of the video computer / artificial intelligence interview where candidates do not interact with actual people but rather only with a computer or artificial intelligence.
This is the first of a two-part series. This post is devoted to the more traditional remote interviewing techniques, i.e., phone interviews and webcam interviews conducted by actual human beings.
Once you are on LinkedIn and have something that resembles a profile, your next step is optimization. Profile optimization makes it more likely that you will be found by others and approached for career and networking opportunities.
Identifying and effectively communicating your transferable skills is integral to a successful job search of any kind, as well as the management of your career throughout your life.
There can be many reasons for an employer’s lack of response, even when you are the perfect match for the job. Can’t this employer see that you are an exact fit for the position? If it is so clear to you, what is wrong with them?
If you are a professional who expects to have some type of career for many years to come, YES, you need to be on LinkedIn. LinkedIn allows professionals across industries and roles to connect, share information, and explore new opportunities.
Regardless of the path leading to career befuddlement, students and alumni are often left wondering, “What career path should I pursue now? What are my options? And how do I figure it all out?”