Use all the fresh-start momentum around you to get the jump on finding a great new job.
How can we make sense of our jobs so we can figure out what we love doing, apply to the right jobs, and catch the eye of a hiring manager?
The better your know yourself, the more accurately you can determine how to invest your time and energy during the job search.
If you want to better understand how to present yourself to employers sign up for the web class, “Introduce Yourself.”
While we’ve shared some tips and resources for job seekers over 50 in the past, there are tons of great organizations and websites out there offering additional support.
If you’ve been on the job hunt for a while and are starting to see the repercussions in your bank statements, take heart and try out these tips I employed during my jobless days of yore.
One of the biggest challenges in conducting an out-of-town job search is getting a potential employer to consider you, as many hiring managers won’t look at non-local candidates.
Figuring out what you want to do for work can be difficult. If you’re thinking about your options and feel unsure about where to focus your efforts, there are three main methods you can use to learn more about any given career: reading, talking, and doing.
Over the past decade, social media and technology have become integral parts of nearly every activity we undertake. Among those activities, the way we search for and secure jobs has changed.
In celebration of this frightening holiday, check out the following organizations and opportunities on Idealist. They’re all ghoulishly good at making the world a better place.