Coping with the Emotional Impact of a Layoff

Being laid off from work can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, especially if you were not told why and if you have been working on the job for a long time. For some, the layoff can become a new break for them to try something new or closure to an already strenuous relationship with…

6 Things to do to Show You Are the Right Person for the Job?

In every interview, you will always find yourself facing the question, “why are you the right person for the job?” or something similar. Interviewers always ask this question if they want to hear from you why you believe you are the person they are looking for. While it sounds simple, the answer to this question…

How to End Your Internship on a Positive Note

An internship is a great way to learn more about the industry you plan to get involved in and gain the experience necessary to help you with your career. When it ends, it is important to leave on a good note and make it an opportunity to land a job or a referral in the…

Do I Need to Put All Past Work Experience on a Resume?

When applying for any job, job seekers have to show that they have experience in the position or field they are applying for to get a better shot at getting signed in. If you have the experience, there is less need to train you or give you a trial run. But, what do you do…

6 Jobs Search Strategies for Seniors

Are you past retirement age and still wish to continue your career? If that is a yes, you may be wondering how you can still get an equal opportunity in job openings that catch your interest despite your age. Fortunately, you can still make your application stand out by doing specific tweaks to it and…

How to Include Volunteer Experience on Your Resume

Have you done some volunteering in the past, or currently involved in one? If that is a yes, you can include your volunteer experience in your resume. It can show employers your key skills and see what passions you pursue outside of the workplace. But, how can you include your volunteer experience on your resume…