Yeah, we know. Networking is one of the best ways to find a job. But what if you’re out and about, meeting and greeting, and still don’t have a job to show for it?
Evaluate a potential career on three factors: value alignment, opportunities for autonomy, and whether you like the people.
Now, you wouldn’t really ask 175 questions during a job interview, however it always helps to have a list handy.
Join us Wednesday January 14th at 6 p.m. EST for a webinar on what it takes to make the leap from for-profit to nonprofit.
We know that during this time of year, many people are eager to find new jobs. To help you out, we’ve created three free email-based classes on a few core areas of job hunting: Using LinkedIn, finding the right fit, and crafting a great resume.
Want extra support to get through a tough job search? Perhaps you can get the help you need from a job search buddy.
Even if your friends can’t give you insider information on an organization you admire, consider the following ways that they can give your job search a boost.
No, this isn’t a letter to air your grievances from being knee-deep in the job search; it’s a letter addressing the employer’s pain and how you can help.
From employment support to consulting services, nonprofits help solve a variety of problems. Use Idealist to look for organizations that offer the help you need.