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Job Search Help for Job Seekers and Employers

job search help This section is easily one of the most expansive of the entire career help collection. Job search help covers topics such as interviews, career advancement, job loss or change, and job hunting. With a major emphasis placed on interviewing, there is a high diversity of help for each of these types of issues.

Help for Both Job Seekers and Employers

Interviews are a gigantic hurdle in the professional process. So many individuals struggle with the entire interviewing process, which is why each part of it is broken down and explained. Tips and tricks are taught and the most common mistakes are outlined so that the applicant has the knowledge to recognize and avoid them.

After you have mastered an interview and have become employed, the next step is to move up the corporate ladder. That is why a page about career advancement is included in order to inform individuals on this very subject.

The Seeker's section is at the top and the Employer's section is below it.

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For Job Seekers

Job search help is expanded as the next two topics are evaluated. The loss of or a change in employment can be a major undertaking, but by following some tips and tutorials you may observe that huge transitions such as these do not have to be so difficult or stressful.

There is also a directory of listings offered on the site for both job seekers and employers. Whether you are looking to be hired or looking to hire, these listings provide a good source of information to help with your goals.

Finally, there are several articles about the pros and cons of social media. Social media can advance as well as harm your career depending upon how it is implemented. Individuals often make mistakes and misuse social media, but with a bit of help you can learn to avoid these mistakes as well as be more effective in your job search with the use of these tutorials.

As a seeker to use the listings directory you only need to browse or search for the position you are looking for. It is not necessary for you to sign up for anything there is no obligation on your part. Employers are the only ones who need to join so they can post their positions. This is necessary so an account can be created to hold their company and listing information.

For Job Seekers Interviews Job Change/Loss

For Employers

The resources for employers include free access to our listing directory and assistance with setting up and using your account. Employers can sign up to create a free account where you can add up to five listings for five positions that you need to have filled. To look for possible candidates you may browse our resume directory pages by category or use the search function to enter keywords to isolate specific desired qualifications.

If you are having trouble using your account use the link below to access the account help page where many common questions will be answered for you. It is our goal to make this a service that is beneficial to employers and seekers alike. If there are any features you would like to see added to our service or you can't resolve your issue yourself please tell us about it using our contact us page.