job searching

5 Reasons Recruiters Keep Rejecting You

5 Reasons Recruiters Keep Rejecting You

By Lisa Swan If you want to find a good job these days, you might have to work with a recruiter. Deal with it. That's because today, many companies have dispensed with traditional human resources departments in favor of outside recruiters. It saves the companies beaucoup bucks -- but it also means that you... Read More »

Do I Really Need a Cover Letter? New Thoughts On An Old Standard

Do I Really Need a Cover Letter? New Thoughts On An Old Standard

By Beth Braccio Hering, Special to CareerBuilder Including a cover letter with your résumé is commonly considered a "golden rule" of job searching. But in this age of online applications and recruiters who need to scan material quickly, is this practice outdated? Consider the following: For... Read More »

Seven Secrets for a Smarter Job Search

Seven Secrets for a Smarter Job Search

By Kathryn Ullrich Here are seven secrets to help fire up your search and fuel your success from a seasoned suffer-no-fools executive recruiter: Read More »

Seven Job Search Secrets for the New Decade

Seven Job Search Secrets for the New Decade

Once upon a time, you typed up your resume, submitted it to a few select employers and worked hard to build a career, a life and a pension -- moving only occasionally to another company. Today's fast-paced, global work force no longer resembles that old-school fairytale; it's an environment that demands... Read More »

What To Do When Job Searching Takes Longer Than Expected

What To Do When Job Searching Takes Longer Than Expected

Selena Dehne, JIST Publishing Even the most talented, educated and experienced job seekers may have a difficult time finding a job in today's economy. Although people may hope their transition between jobs will last only a few weeks, the reality is that many job seekers spend months, or even a year, trying... Read More »

Ultimate Guide to Job Searching for the 'Unemployable'

Ultimate Guide to Job Searching for the 'Unemployable'

It's challenging enough finding a job when your work history is cut-and-dried. But when your candidacy is compromised by negative situations at work or in your personal life, job search can be even more challenging. Here are some tough employment challenges that many workers face and suggestions for how to... Read More »

Brain Exercises to Keep Your Work Reflexes Sharp While Unemployed

Brain Exercises to Keep Your Work Reflexes Sharp While Unemployed

Being out of work for years can be scary, and not just for the loss of income. People returning to work after being unemployed for a long time can re-enter a work force that has changed considerably and make them feel rusty in learning new tasks. Keeping your brain engaged during a job hunt, and being able to... Read More »

Day-by-Day Job Search

Day-by-Day Job Search

CareerBuilder Because searching for a job is a job in itself, you should be busy performing job search tasks all week long. Here is a handy weekly planning guide to a successful job search. Sunday Traditionally, this is a day of rest, but not for the ambitious job seeker. The Sunday editions of many... Read More »

15 Percent of Job Seekers Lose Out Because of This

15 Percent of Job Seekers Lose Out Because of This

CareerBuilder.com Emily Post would agree that writing a thank-you note after an interview is a must. It doesn't just showcase a candidate's manners - it can also make or break their chances of landing a job. Nearly 15 percent of hiring managers say they would not hire someone who failed to send a thank-you... Read More »

Search Jobs

In Partnership With
Keywords:
Location:

Search Articles

Top Companies Hiring

April 13 - April 20

Looking for work? See what companies added new openings this week.