blog.jobsearcher.comTop 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.
blog.jobsearcher.comCover Letter Examples: Quickly Write The 3 Types of Cover LettersRight next to resumes, cover letters are the backbone to the job searching process. At times your cover letter can make or break your chance to land a job, internship, or network connection. There are three different types of cover letters, and each serves its own purpose. If having to write cover letters are a nightmare for you, then you are in the right spot. Below we have some tips, cover letter examples, and cover letter templates to make writing cover letters easy.
blog.jobsearcher.com5 Tips to Write the Perfect Letter of RecommendationSo if you have been asked to write a letter of recommendation, but don't know where to start, you are in the right place. Keep reading on to see some tips on how to write the perfect letter.
blog.jobsearcher.comTop 8 Free Job Posting SitesHaving the ability to post jobs free is one of the key necessities to making your business go round. In the search for free job posting sites, it is easy to stumble upon paid job boards or job boards that are free, but only long enough to satisfy a free trial. The internet is so vast, and there are so many reviews everywhere. So we've synthesize some of the information out there to make your search for free job posting sites that much easier. The employer reviews used were mostly gathered from sites like Capterra, Trust Radius, TrustPilot, Site Jabber, and BetterTeam.
blog.jobsearcher.comThe 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.
blog.jobsearcher.comTips on Finding Your Next JobLooking for a new job isn't what it used to be. In the past, you'd put some feelers out to your network, check out some job listings and apply to a handful of positions. After a few days you'd hear from a couple and work your way through the interview process. With any luck you'd have a new job nailed down in no time at all.