If you want to sharpen your job seeking skills, here are 20 resources that teach you the basics and offer inside information.
Even if you have a resume and a cover letter prepared, you may still need to fill out an employer's form, either online or just before the interview.
Here are the essentials you need to know from Employment Spot.
Marc DeBoer, a veteran corporate recruiter and headhunter, founded A Better Interview, LLC in 2012. He gives you over 40 pertinent tips based on his own experience of interviewing and hiring thousands of people in a wide variety of jobs.
Read more here.
Jeff Haden has interviewed thousand of candidates for positions ranging from entry-level to executive. He found that 75% of applicants make interviewing mistakes. He distills his advice for a flawless interview into 8 key principles.
Read his interview advice.
Practice your responses to the most commonly asked interview questions so you can outshine your competitors. Jacquelyn Smith of Forbes Magazine not only tells you all 50 questions, but she also gives specific guidance on how to practice your delivery.
Read about interview questions
Do you have an interview today? This video shows you what you need to do to get ready. Some pointers are obvious but easily forgotten. Hide those tattoos. Be on time. Mute your cell phone. Etc. But just in case your cell phone does go off, Andy Teach, host of the YouTube channel FromGradToCorp, shows you how to recover.
Getting tongue tied when an employer makes you an offer could cost you a lot of money in salary compensation. Blogger and money guru Rebecca Thorman tells you exactly what you need to say, word for word, to avoid leaving money on the table.
Read Rebecca Thorman's advice here
Did you know that recruiters spend an average of 6 seconds looking at a resume...and 1 in 2 candidates tell flat out lies? If r