Time to jump start your job search.
This is a guest post by Hannah Morgan. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
In the words of Paul Simon, “there must be 50 ways to leave your lover”. There are at least 50 ways to leave unemployment! Let’s get going!
You just slip IN the back, Jack
Get an inside referral from someone who works in the company!
Make a new plan, Stan
If what you are doing, isn’t working, you have to try doing something different. Make a new plan!
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Trends come and trends go, quicker than you can adapt (or should).
This is a guest post by Marshall Karp. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
The California Gold Rush began in 1848 and ended in 1855. The news of gold brought some 300,000 people to California from the rest of the United States and abroad.
At the end, latecomers, on their way west, met with would-be miners on their way back east. These had spent everything they owned in an attempt to get rich in the western gold fields, but had found only dashed hopes and broken dreams.
Many people choose careers to train for and job hunt for many different reasons, but this article will focus on those who wish to enter careers based on trends.
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Make finding a job easier by doing the right things.
This is a guest post by Chrissy Scivicque. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
Whether you’ve been laid off or are intentionally taking a little transition time between jobs, you’re wandering in dangerous territory, my friend.
Why? Because many a great man (and woman) have found themselves overcome with boredom, anxiety, depression, and all manner of mental deterioration during such periods of career transition.
Here’s the good news: You have the power to prevent transition tragedy. Here are 4 ways to prevent going crazy when you’re between gigs.
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Learn how to deal with a horrifying boss.
This is a guest post by David Deke. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
It all started back in high school, looking for extra money, for concert tickets, bikes, skateboards and other miscellaneous stuff. I was about 14 years old, at the time, and had an opportunity to help a friend of my parents, work in the construction field, building houses.
Now I thought I was going to use the high pressured air guns, power saws, and heavy equipment, to put up some walls and a roof, but instead, was told to haul a pallet of wood, 500 yards across a hot concrete slab, in the middle of August. It was brutal! I ended up being a laborer and a gopher. Have you ever been there?
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Because the most compelling candidate is most likely to get the offer.
This is a guest post by Lynn Tulip. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
It is the difference between being just mediocre, and being outstanding.
The difference between success and failure means you need to be distinctive and set yourself apart from the competition. Nothing less than being formidable will do.
Being a compelling candidate ensures that you apply for the right job, access the best employer and reach your potential.
In a nutshell: you must stand way, way out from the crowd.
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