jobsearcher.com/blogTop Skills for Resumes: The Most Common Resume Skills by IndustryAs a graduate or someone looking for career advancement, it is time to accept the fact that the resume you build will be the one you carry with you throughout your entire working life. Every time you gain invaluable work experience, it could make its way to your resume. The resume you build will change over and over again with every position you apply to and every person you share it with.
jobsearcher.com/blogThe Freelancer's Rapid Rise to IndependenceIn pre-pandemic times, freelancing was very common, but most people worked traditional jobs. However, the rise of freelancing and remote work as we transition into a post-pandemic era has been accelerated not out of exploration, but out of desperation. From 2014 to 2020, the U.S. saw an increase of 6 million people transition into freelance work.
jobsearcher.com/blogLabor Shortage Roars On As There is No Perfect Solution in SightU.S. spending is skyrocketing, businesses and industries are rebounding, unemployment claims are plummeting, and the future of the economy is looking good. The state of the country is looking promising… almost too promising. What could possibly be the problem when things are going so well?
jobsearcher.com/blogWhat is Revenge Bedtime Procrastination?I think I speak for everyone when I say there are times in our lives when we are so overwhelmed with work, school, raising children, finding a job, etc. that we forget to take time for ourselves. We immerse ourselves in everyday life to make sure everybody else’s world is still spinning. While we’ve managed to keep them going, we are stuck in limbo. So what do we do? We either choose to ignore the lack of time we take for ourselves or we are willing to sacrifice something very important to our health and well-being… like sleep.