jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Build a Construction Superintendent Resume in 3 Easy StepsIf you’re reading this post, it’s likely you’re thinking about trying to score a construction superintendent role. You’ve probably already put several years of hard work into the construction industry and are ready to climb the ladder. This is great, but you’re also going to need a strong and impactful construction superintendent resume to get where you want to go. Let’s talk about how to create one that will impress employers.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow People With ADHD Can Excel at Remote WorkAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can present many challenges and can even be difficult to understand. I mean only 4-5% of adults in the US are diagnosed, but it is estimated that very few adults get diagnosed or treated for it. Therefore, there's no way to know how many working adults actually suffer from high-functioning ADHD in the workplace.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Identify and Communicate Your Greatest StrengthsWhen it comes to acing phone and in-person interviews, preparation is key. While a job seeker never really knows what a recruiter is going to ask, there are a handful of common questions that every job seeker should prepare to answer. Here’s how you should prepare for the “What are your strengths” interview question.
jobsearcher.com/blogLearning About Job Titles for Professional PositionsJob titles can tell job seekers and prospective employees a lot about a particular company and position, but job titles have gone through many changes throughout the years. While traditional corporate titles like “Senior Vice President of Marketing” still remain, many company leaders are looking to appeal to younger workers with modern job titles like “Sales Ninja” and “Social Media Guru.” So with things being constantly being shaken up, this is everything job seekers and employees need to know about job titles.
jobsearcher.com/blogMoving for a Job: Is it the Right Choice?One of the big decisions you get to make in your adult life is where to set up your home base and establish yourself. Another significant decision you will face is whether to move that home base and relocate for a new job position, and this is not an easy one. You will probably be wrestling with many thoughts and factors to consider, and things get even more complicated if you have a partner and a family. You also need to find a way to cope with leaving your old job that minimizes the stress of this big decision. So, to help you along, we have the tips you can turn to when faced with moving for a job. Is it the right choice for you? Let's find out.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Get a Job With a DisabilityDisabilities can, of course, take many forms. They can be obvious or invisible, certain in their impact or uncertain. While there are obvious differences between disabilities and the impact that they can have, this article isn’t intended to give specific advice for every disability. Instead, it’s intended to raise and discuss certain points that may or may not apply to you or the disabled people you employ, or otherwise work with. It is also for people wondering how to get a job with a disability.
jobsearcher.com/blog6 Tips to Successfully Make the Leap From Employee to FreelancerOne employment trend that doesn’t seem to get discussed enough is the extent to which people have moved into freelancing in recent years. In 2020, the US had 59 million people who were self-employed, which was up from 53 million in 2014.