Saffa Khan got creative and proactive in her bid to get off the wait list at four colleges. What’s your strategy?
Have you planned your college visits? Start now!
LinkedIn now offers Job Seeker Premium. Could it be the right job search tool for you?
If you think you missed the boat on applying to college for this coming Fall, you will be happily surprised by the information in this article. At some public and private 4-year colleges, there might be a spot and even housing waiting for you!
Perplexed or stressed by the college essay? Don’t procrastinate — take The Essay Expert’s advice and start brainstorming now. Help is on the way!
I recently read an article that recommends job seekers to put their LinkedIn profile URL on their resume. That’s great advice, and I agree… just make sure you’re directing people to a profile that will have a positive effect on your job search.
Are you using 5 lines just for your header? If you need to fill space, that’s fine. But once
you have a lot of information to squeeze onto a page, why use up space you don’t have
to? Here are some examples of how you can be efficient with your header:
I absolutely love the process of crafting great cover letters. You may have heard that some recruiters don’t read cover letters, but I would emphasize “some.” For the ones who do (and you don’t know who they will be), and for smaller employers, an impressive cover letter can make a huge difference.
If you write legal documents in any way, shape or form, it is absolutely essential to use correct spelling and grammar.
Your LinkedIn profile is a huge part of your professional image. Don’t think for a minute that any – and I mean any – EMPLOYER or CLIENT who considers hiring you won’t Google you, click on your LinkedIn profile, and assess it. Your profile MUST impress your audience if you want results from this social media treasure chest.
Are you getting the results that you want from your LinkedIn profile? If not, this book is for you. I provide you with 18 detailed strategies and writing tips that other “LinkedIn experts” don’t cover. First I tell you how to get found on LinkedIn, and then I tell you how to keep people reading.