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Job Hunting Advice
Hunting for a new job? This advice will help you along the way -- from networking to interviewing, even to changing careers.
For those of you who have negotiated (or renegotiated) job perks and more, how do you think things have changed in the past few years? If you’re on the hiring side, what requests seem to be more common these days?
Wondering where to find interview suits if you’re pregnant? So were we, so we took a look…
What do your vacation benefits look like? Does your office or team have rules (written or otherwise) on who can go on vacation at what time? How much vacation have you taken in recent years (and how much are you planning to take over the next 12 months or so)?
Can you interview in a gray suit? Let’s discuss (and round up our favorite latest charcoal suits)!
We rounded up 6 new resume rules you may not know about…
Have you ever put political-related clubs, charities, or activities on your resume? Would you be reluctant to put those on your resume today — or would it depend where you were applying and what the work was?
Have you been through a formal job application process recently? How has COVID changed your job hunting plans?
Readers, let’s talk resumes — how LONG is your resume? Do you use a sidebar template or something else? What have you deleted from your resume (or condensed) to save space?
We’ve collected seven great tips on how best to use a recruiter, including some directly from Corporette readers. What advice would YOU share?
Here’s an interesting question for 2020: Does a link to your LinkedIn supersede your resume? What are the differences between LinkedIn and your resume?
There’s a ton of advice in college and grad school about how to apply for jobs… but not all of that advice still works when you’ve been out 5-10 years. So what ARE the best job application tips for mid-levels? Come share yours…