How to know if you're ready to leave. This is a guest post by Nettie Feldman. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Want to leave your job? You can, you know. Okay, so you’ve been at your job for awhile and you’re not happy, but you’re not that unhappy, either. You get up in the morning to work because it’s better than sitting home and finding out what your friend is making for lunch on FB, and because -- bottom line -- you do need the paycheck. Is it time to leave? Or do you listen to your friends and some headhunters who say: “don’t leave til you get another offer. Companies don’t like to hire people who are unemployed.” What’s right?
What can make the difference between a “blah” and an “ah” interview. This a guest post by Nettie Feldman. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. I’m here to give you a simplified version of how to ace the interview, especially for those who get tongue-tied or simply aren’t good interviewees. So you’re not good interview material? Says who? 1) Look memorable We’ve been relying on the drab, “proper” attire that’s supposed to show our seriousness and professionalism. And then we end up acting blah, too. I’m not saying you ought to dress eccentrically, but what about an unexpected flash of color in your glasses (I wear those multicolor Ronit Furst glasses, and loads of people – including interviewers – ask me where to get them). Or an unusual shirt that’s styled differently or has a different color (but no Florida shirts, please). The key: stand out without looking too way out.