Category Job Search

Can the Salary Stated In the Vacancy Be Trusted?

Female Jobseeker Thinking About Salaries

When looking at job advertisements, one of the main points that job seekers pay attention to is the salary line. This is not surprising: it is this criterion that quickly determines whether it makes sense to consider the vacancy or…

How to Make Inquiries About Employers?

Young woman searching for the information about an employer.

When you are about to send your resume to a company, it is crucial to have a thorough understanding of the company’s reputation in the labor market as an employer. To ensure a more informed and effective job search, it…

7 Original Approaches To the Job Search

jobseeker with a bag

  Job search can be a tricky task, but by using original ideas you can stand out from the crowd and attract the attention of employers. In this article we present seven out-of-the-box suggestions to help you find a job.…

Where to Begin Your Job Search: 17 Tips

person planning the job search

Don’t know where to start? Head over heels because of your recent dismissal, fears of the unknown, and worries about your future financial well-being? Here are some tips to help you pull yourself together and start a focused job search.

How to Land a Job: 10 Steps to the Work of Your Dream

A non-systematic job search can be a long and ineffective game, especially during an economic crisis. Sporadic sending of resumes for some random vacancies in unfamiliar companies (as it usually happens) does not increase the probability of finding a job,…

How to Get a Job with No Experience?

Many young professionals, when applying for jobs, face with the requirement of employers to have a work experience. But to gain a working experience one should first get a job. Thus, a vicious circle arises, and many young professionals cannot…

Is it Easy to Get a Job through Recruitment Agencies?

As I said before, while searching a job you should use all means available. Resume submission to recruitment agencies is considered to be one of the main ways of job search. Nevertheless, many candidates face difficulties when trying to find…

Who is to Blame and What to Do?

So you’ve been looking for a job. You create accounts on job sites, browse jobs in newspapers, send out resumes in response to the ads and to the contacts taken from telephone directories, all potential employers in a row. From…

Crisis. No Jobs?

Crisis, crisis, crisis… How many times have we heard that word during the past years? Someone has no job offerings, someone has no money, and someone has canceled his plans. And there is someone who sitting at home says he…