The odds are stacked against you when you apply to jobs online, but these extra steps can boost your chances.
Before the rise of the internet, the first place you would go to find out what jobs were available was your local newspaper’s classified ads. Now, of course, you can see all manner of jobs, from any kind of employer, with a simple search on job boards like Monster or aggregation sites, such as Indeed and SimplyHired. And, with some quick clicking, you can apply to scores of jobs in an evening. Continue reading “Have a More Successful Online Job Search”
You know the impact your job has on all areas of your life. Happiness and fulfillment at work can reduce your stress and motivate you to succeed at home, too. Finding a job that aligns with your personal and professional goals has the potential to be life-changing.
If you’ve decided to make your next career move, it probably didn’t take you long to realize the work of job search is practically a full-time job in itself. Over the next decade, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 50.6 million new job openings in the United States alone. The average job seeker applies to 20 jobs over a 3-month span before accepting an offer. Continue reading “Using Indeed to Master Your Job Search”
Putting people in a room full of people they don’t know and forcing them to make conversations with others? There has to be a more effective way of meeting people, right?
I’m sure there is, but that is not what this post is about. The hard fact is, networking events still exist and they can feel a little awkward, and TBH, pretty anxiety-inducing. Continue reading “Why You Should Ride Solo to Your Next Networking Event”
Disclaimer – I am not sponsored by by 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar/Penthouse.
I went for my birthday last month (long overdue review) with my friend for brunch at the rooftop. Oh, and last moment, she had to bring her daughter and niece along, which I had no issues. It still went smoothly with them to. Continue reading “230 Fifth Rooftop Bar/Penthouse Review”
Disclaimer – I am not sponsored by Mix platter Halal Boys.
Location – 101 Plaza Center, Secaucus, NJ 07094
It is Halal. Continue reading “Mix platter Halal Boys Review”
Are you planning on joining the festivities on the big night, or do you have other questions about the event and the Ball Drop?
TIPS TO GET THE BEST SPOTS TO SEE THE BALL DROP Continue reading “Watch the Ball Drop in Times Square on New Years Eve”
Most people reading this, we suspect) the question How do I acquire more customers?! is a constant one.
If you read this, you’ll already have done more than most people do to grow their audience.
What follows is a breakdown of the keys to audience growth and how to establish the necessary mindset to build your fanbase and further your career.
While every creator’s specific situation is unique, this overview is designed to help you develop a strategy you can adapt to your own particular goals and needs. Continue reading “Growing an Audience”
Party season: two words that instill excitement and fear in equal measure. With annual friend get-togethers, work parties and the endless ‘we must catch up before Christmas’ drinks, it’s a marathon, not a sprint. Forget champagne on Christmas morning; what most of us want by 25th December is a really long lie-in. Already panicking at the thought of your crammed iCal? Fear not, conquering party season just needs some careful planning. Continue reading “Get You Through The Party Season”
WHAT ARE THE DYKER HEIGHTS X-MAS LIGHTS?
When people think about holiday decorations in New York City, they usually think of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree and the lavish store window displays of Midtown Manhattan. But some of the best sights to be seen are actually in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn. Continue reading “Dyker Heights Brooklyn Christmas Lights Map and Guide”
MANHATTAN CHRISTMAS MARKETS
The holiday season in New York City is one of the most festive and beautiful times of the year. It is also a shopper’s paradise – if you like unique items, artisan gifts, crafts, and souvenirs. Continue reading “Christmas Markets in New York City”