For someone searching for a job or even just looking to identify a new position, any interested employer can seem like a safe port in a storm. But before you accept a new position or re-enter the workforce, look for a few important warning signs
With many companies undergoing restructuring during the economic downturn, IT professionals who have been laid off, and those who fear they may be, are turning to career services to help boost their images. Career Management Coaching.com and IT-Career-Coach.net share their approaches to job search success
One of the last things many job seekers do prior to submitting a resume is tack on the perfunctory "References Available Upon Request" at the bottom of the document. Most don't give the statement a second thought and include it more out of habit than anything else. But the truth is that this short sentence plays a much greater part in your chances of landing the position you seek than you might realize. Many companies are diligent about checking references.