Six Tips About the “Who Gets Hired?” CareerBuilder Study
An interesting CareerBuilder study just came out detailing who is getting hired and who is hiring whom. This was a nationwide study of 2,076 hiring managers and human resource professionals across industries. Pretty impressive. Here’s a chance to check out some of those stats. It may give you pause. Forewarned is forearmed Job Hunters. Right?!! What’s a red-blooded and earnest Job Hunter to do? JTResumes did your resume and you landed that interview! Now what? Can you change yourself to fit all these CareerBuilder facts? Quick?!! Where’s my handy career/life coach when I need them? Here’s some advice on this study.
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Job Hunters’ TGIF Drink: 5 Caveats For Each Shot of Advice
Thank Goodness it’s Friday! Let’s talk job hunters!! Add some caveats to that job hunt advice. Plus an iconic drink recipe for Friday night! “Martini, please. Shaken, not stirred. Got that?” ~ James Bond. ~ As a recruiter and resume writer for over 17 years, I have 5 advice caveats to keep you centered. And the great recipe is from Colleen Graham from About.com ~ a “true” James Bond Vesper Martini recipe from Chapter 7 of “Casino Royale.”