Job Search at Work? 5 Must-Read Tips

Put less pressure on yourself by job searching while employed. This is a guest post by Dave Thomas. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob follow these guest post guidelines. There are always individuals with jobs who for one reason or another choose to search for a different position. When those cases arise, it behooves the individual to be as discreet as possible so that their present employer is not privy to their search, something that in the end could cost the employee their present job. The last thing you want is to really need to search for a job because you just lost your current job due to wasting the employer’s time. In the event you want or feel the need to get another position while presently employed, keep these factors in mind.


5 Quick Questions to Review Your Job Interview Progress

Make sure you're getting the most out of your job interviews. This is a guest post by Dave Thomas. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. For those out of work, a bad economy is a major stumbling block to getting back to work and re-establishing a semi-normal life. With that being the case, what can you as a job seeker do to better enhance your chances of getting that coveted job interview? While some decisions you make in the job hunting process are rather obvious, some can go unnoticed or forgotten, leaving you out of the loop when it comes to getting another job interview, putting you one step closer to potentially locking up suitable employment once again. First and foremost, take the time to review the job interviewing process by going over these items...


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