Below are five tips for self-care while you're job hunting, which can help you with handling rejection and avoiding isolation, depression, and burnout.
Depending on the type of job you look to obtain, your experience and the company, there is most likely a specific resume you will benefit from using.
A job search can sometimes last for months. But if you're having trouble landing a job, it may be time to reassess what you’re doing.
It’s hard not to take the sting of rejection personally. But even though job search rejection is painful, there are ways to cope with it.
Bridge My Return provides extra help for military servicemembers and veterans, connecting them with career opportunities from civilian employers.
Unsure of how to develop and navigate relationships with recruiters? Former staff recruiter Kimberly Smith chats about how to maneuver these communications.
Join APUS's Casen Combs as she shares techniques for enhancing your social media profile and connecting with recruiters during your job search.
Asking questions to determine what you want in a career and self-reflection are two useful tools to help you identify your career goals.
“Tell me about yourself.” Most applicants have difficulty answering this interview question, because many people do not understand what is being asked.