Did you ever wonder what we external and internal recruiters check when we decide within 5-10 seconds if your resume is of interest to us or not? Which are the red flags in YOUR resume – the reasons you will not make it to the interview?
Here are the 13 most flagrant warning signals we might spot in your CV – and the solution to fix them: Read more
Prior to conducting a job search I was on LinkedIn on a very superficial basis, brushing it aside as something only for people looking for a job. And then quite suddenly, I became a job seeker and LinkedIn became my friend.
One of the benefits of my search was my new found knowledge about how to use LinkedIn. Job seekers often hear about “The Hidden Job Market,” or they are told “networking is essential.”
Below are 5 tips of how to use LinkedIn to tap into the Hidden Job Market and how to network. We are often told what to do; I prefer to tell people how to do it Read more
Jorg: “Maria, you are a specialist in online degrees. When I did my MBA back in 2003, online learning had the reputation of being a second class alternative to brick-and-mortar. What is the situation today?”
Maria: “Reputation, at its heart is a question of trust, and right now, while the entire U.S. collegiate system is receiving scrutiny, we are seeing more people willing to consider alternatives to brick-and-mortar institutions.
One of the criticisms that brick-and-mortar institutions have received, in fact, is that they use branding and reputation as a method to arbitrarily increase tuitions, which has impacted the student debt ratio significantly. On the other hand, Read more