Key lessons that worked for me on how to conduct a job search.
Because making the recruiter laugh is a great way to stand out. This is a guest post by Yehoshua Paul. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. So you’ve finished polishing your resume after proofing it 5 gazillion times in order to locate and exterminate all those pesky spelling mistakes, correct any obscure grammatical errors (wait, you can’t split an infinitive?), and handcrafting it carefully so that every single detail matches the appropriate requirement on the job ad. Now after sending it out to a dozen or so friends to proofread, you can kick back and have some fun.
Find your perfect job/perfect love with these job and spouse hunting tips. This is a guest post by Yehoshua Paul. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Have you ever wondered why it is so difficult to find the perfect job? Or ever wondered why it is so difficult to find the perfect spouse? After I recently got engaged (to the perfect woman), I started thinking about the two subjects, and realized that both dating and job hunting actually have a lot in common. Think about it: you often use the same tools for finding a job and finding a date, and both first dates and job interviews are basically all about your marketing skills – with one you are marketing your professional side, and with the other your personal side. So I decided to compare these two processes, and share my findings.