Job Search Videos

5 Tips to Improve Your Online Job Search
LinkedIn's job expert, Nicole Williams gives us her five tips for improving your online job search in today’s market.

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  • Tips and Tricks for Online Job Searching

    Career expert and counselor, Nicole Williams, shows you the tips and tricks of online job searching.

  • How to Use Job Search Sites

    Career expert and counselor, Nicole Williams, shows you how to use job search sites.

  • Turning the Job Search Into Science with Sokanu

    Sokanu CEO Spencer Thompson demos the newly-launched career discovery site that hopes to strip away bias and make job searching more scientific.

  • How to Start Your New Job Search

    President and CEO of Job.com Brian Alden discusses how to start a new job search.

  • How to Prepare For the 2012 Job Search Season

    President and CEO of Job.com Brian Alden discusses how to get ready for the 2012 job search series including tuning up your resume and focusing your job search on some of the fastest growing industries.

  • 5 Job Search Myths Debunked

    Lewis Lin, CEO of Impact Interview, debunks five common myths about looking for a job.

  • How to Use Social Media for Your Job Search

    President and CEO of Job.com Brian Alden discusses how to use social media for your job search.

  • How to Rejuvenate Your Job Search

    President and CEO of Job.com Brian Alden gives his top tips for rejuvenating your job search.

  • Be Proactive With Your Job Search, from Tory Johnson

    Tory Johnson explains how to be more proactive with your job search. Part of the series Mondays With Marlo on MarloThomas.com

  • Managing a Successful Job Search

    President and CEO of Job.com Brian Alden gives his top tips for organizing your job search, ensuring you never miss an opportunity!

  • Job Search Tips and Advice

    Career expert Brian Alden shares the top tips for job searching in any economy.

  • LocalBacon Job Search Website Pitch at TC50

    LocalBacon pitch their job search website at TC50 2009.

  • Summer Job Searching Tips for the Currently Employed

    In this video, President and CEO of Job.com, Brian Alden provides summer job searching tips for individuals who are currently employed. There are a variety of part-time and seasonal jobs available for those who already have a primary job.

  • How to Start a Summer Job Search

    President and CEO of Job.com, Brian Alden discusses way to best start your summer job search. You will also learn how to find those employers hiring for the summer and how to apply and land your next summer job.

  • How Kellogg MBA Sets Job Search Priorities

    In Chapter 12 of 13 in his 2011 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, innovation strategist Hammans Stallings shares how he sets job search priorities before graduating from Northwestern with a Kellogg MBA. Stallings finds an venture capital internship too similar to investment banking. He learns that top venture capitalists often have deep operations experience. Stallings chooses to find work where he can gain operations experience working across industry verticals.

  • Summer Job Searching Tips for Teens

    In this video, President and CEO of Job.com, Brian Alden provides summer job searching tips for teens. There are a variety of jobs available for teenagers looking for summer employment. This video is designed to help you identify the best summer job for you as well as provide tips on how to beat out your competition and secure a good summer job, fast!

  • How to Stand Out From the Job Search Crowd

    How to stand out to get a job? Unique job search tactics that actually work.

  • Summer Job Searching Tips for College Students

    In this video, President and CEO of Job.com, Brian Alden provides summer job searching tips for college students. There are a variety of jobs available for college students looking for summer employment. This video is designed to help you identify the best summer job for you as well as provide tips on how to beat out your competition and secure a good summer job, fast!

  • How Long A Recruiter Spends Looking At A Resume, from Amanda Augustine

    According to job search expert Amanda Augustine, on average, recruiters spend a total of six seconds looking at your resume. Recruiters look at your name, your current job and title, the start and end dates for that job, and your previous job's start and end dates, as well as your education. Amanda recommends keeping your resume centered, which makes it easier to scan, and to be specific about what items you're bullet pointing within your resume.