In today’s ever-changing workplace, more and more individuals are taking the self-employment route rather than traditional full-time employment. In fact, Forbes forecast that 50.9 percent of Americans will be working as freelancers by 2027.
Job seekers know that looking for a new job takes a lot of time. It can often feel like a job within itself. To land that dream job, you need to put in the time and energy. Revamping your resume, studying job descriptions, knowing exactly where you want to go with your career, and more are ways to get ready for a job search.
What skills do you include in your resume? Have you ever really sat down to consider all your skills, as well as the skills that employers are looking for in a candidate? Typically, you can find the answer in the job description. But the marketing group, SimpleTexting.com, took it a step further.
The 2019 graduating class is fresh out of college and ready to join the work pool. Many of these individuals, while green, will have new ways of thinking and the very latest in education at their fingertips. This can make them a desirable hire. However, hiring Gen Z talent isn't always the same as hiring individuals from different generations.
Hiring companies are increasingly using online employment services, like LinkedIn, to connect and communicate with job candidates. While there are positive and negatives to almost any form of communication, it's important to know how to communicate in a way that is clear and concise, without being arrogant. This is especially true when networking with potential employers through online business and employment services.
Although Delaware is seldom recognized for its size or prestige, the big-fish-small-pond effect could certainly apply to this state. Delaware has emerged as one of the fastest growing states in the U.S. with tech companies fueling the local economy. Already, this tech-hub state boasts huge fish like JP Morgan Chase and Purdue.