Are you thinking about pursuing new career opportunities in 2023? If so, you may be on the lookout for advice on how to stand out, what to prioritize during your job search, and how to decide which opportunities make the most sense for you.
This year, we wrote numerous articles to help job seekers reach their career goals. To help you start your search on the right foot, we’ve compiled our top 10 blogs that we wrote for job seekers in 2022:
Negotiating for your desired salary can be challenging, even as new pay transparency laws sweep the country. Whether you’re confident in your negotiation skills or not, you’ll want to prepare for this discussion as much as possible. In this blog, we tell you exactly what you need to do to answer this question successfully.
If you’re looking for a new job, you know just how important it is to have a stellar resume! You probably also know that even the smallest mistake could hurt your chances of landing a job. In this blog, we talk about six resume mistakes to be on the lookout for.
Nearly 80 percent of job seekers actively look for employers that value diversity & inclusion (D&I). If you’re part of this majority, do you know how to find employers that share this value with you? In this blog, we discuss how to evaluate a prospective employer’s D&I efforts throughout the hiring process.
Have you felt hesitant about accepting a job offer? While it can be difficult, turning down an offer is sometimes the best thing to do. Here, we highlight the six company red flags you can’t ignore while looking for your next career opportunity.
Once you’ve landed a job interview, you may be thinking about all the ways you need to prepare. However, it’s just as important to consider the things you shouldn’t do. In this blog for job seekers, we discuss four subtle ways you could be sabotaging your interviews.
As priorities have shifted, many professionals have reevaluated what’s best for them, their career, and their overall happiness. For some, this meant seriously considering pursuing contract, consulting, or freelancing opportunities for the first time. In this blog, we discussed the five considerations every professional should make when deciding what type of job opportunity to pursue.
If you want to get hired, you know that you need a stand-out resume. With more employers using applicant tracking systems to source candidates, how do you get noticed in the first place? Here, we discuss tips for optimizing your resume for an ATS!
If you embarked on a job search this year, you were probably given an endless amount of job search advice. However, it’s important to remember that not all advice is good advice! This blog outlined what advice is better left unused.
Your resume is the first impression you’re going to make on a hiring manager. As a result, you want to be mindful of what mistakes may land your resume in the “Do Not Contact” pile. In this blog, a recruiter gave their take on what you should exclude from your resume.
The relationship you have with your manager can have a major impact on your experience in a particular role. Because of this, you’ll want to pay close attention to whether you and your potential manager will click during the hiring process. This blog has several questions you should ask to determine if your prospective manager is the right fit for you.