If the new year finds you considering a change of work scenery you may already be looking around for good mobile apps to aid in your search. If so, look no further: These 10 job-hunting, gig-landing, and networking apps are for you.
According to career experts and “personal branding” aficionados, we’re supposed to craft careful brand narratives to represent ourselves. I think that’s bunk. Branding injects products with human qualities to make them more relatable. Well, guess what, human—you’ve already got human qualities.
A colleague recently asked me for advice on how to manage her personal brand: What social media to use? What topics to blog about?
The third meeting of EPBE Project (European Personal Branding for Employment) was celebrated last week in Athens, attended by all the partners of the project.
Your personal brand differentiates you from others. Every time you do something, say something, or post something online, people are deciding if they trust you and want to do business with you.
Università degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi Career Day “Future Job 4.0” will take place in Rome, November 11, 2016 in collaboration with Manageritalia, Porta Futuro Lazio, Associazione Agol and thanks to the partnership with EPBE project. The event is designed to connect the job market to university students, graduates and people looking for a job.
Effective job search and generating employer interest requires careful thought, research and strategy. To help maximize your job search and get you on your desired career path, consider following these five steps.
With an estimated 116 billion business emails sent around the world every day (that’s about 123 work-related emails per person in a day), it’s harder than ever to get yours noticed. And since email is often the first point of contact for job seekers and hiring managers, the subject line can make all the difference.