It's skill alignment that really counts in today's workforce. Which means occasionally taking a risk and embracing new challenges in order to learn and broaden your outlook.
It’s easier than ever to get in touch with a prospective employer. There are employment agencies, recruitment agencies, personal networks, business networking websites, and online job boards to make your job search easy and convenient. What’s not great about all these resources is that you won’t be the only person using them. You need to stand out when applying for a job, and you can do that by following a few simple writing tips.
By Ashley Stahl
If an opportunity speaks to you, don’t buy into the belief that you’re not “enough,” especially when the requirements are meaningless indicators of your potential. Overcoming that noise and negativity requires substantial mental fortitude, and your ability to meet those challenges head-on is indicative of the success you’ll find if you refuse to let the naysayers chase you away.