A Blog for Job Seekers

Infographic

cover-letter-resume-roth-thumb

Practical advice for the best resume and cover letter

  • August 27, 2018

Hiring managers receive about 250 applications per job, and they spend only around six seconds looking at each one. If you want to stand out, you have a limited time to do so. Learn how with our Resume and Cover Letter guide! 

counter-offer-ROTH_thumb

Things Employers Say to Get You to Stay

  • August 9, 2018

It might be flattering to know that your boss wants you to stick around. However, if you’re ready to leave a company and your boss is trying to convince you to stay, the situation can quickly grow uncomfortable. Here are all the things employers will say to get you to stay and why you shouldn’t […]

social-guide-ROTH_thumb

Infographic: Your guide to social media

  • July 20, 2018

Did you know that most employers will check your social media when you apply for a job? But don’t worry, you don’t have to make everything private or delete all your pictures from the internet. Here is all you need to know on making your social media job hunt ready!

robot-ig-Roth

Infographic: Everything you need to know about AI in the job market

  • May 11, 2018

While technology is evolving faster than ever, it is highly unlikely that robots will ever replace humans. In the foreseeable future, people will remain at the core of the workforce. However, technological advances are transforming the workplace in other ways. We will be seeing a drop in low-skill jobs, since these can easily be automated, […]

twitter-ig-ROTH

Infographic: A Guide to Twitter for Job Seekers

  • March 6, 2018

Most people spend more time on Facebook and Twitter, and they post more often on these sites. Facebook and Twitter might not be directly linked to your career, but they can still impact your job prospects. Check out this infographic for some Twitter tips!

leadership-IG

Infographic: Leadership & Culture

  • March 2, 2018

Are your leaders doing enough to build culture? There’s no culture that fits every company. An organization can be competetive and professional, or it can be laid back and slow-paced. However, a weak or inconsisten culture can give rise to an array of problems.