We all know that LinkedIn is an invaluable tool—there are currently over 128 million profiles and counting! Keeping your profile updated makes it easier to find your next job when the time comes—even if you’re not currently engaged in a search. Here are eight tips to polish up your profile:
“Why aren’t many people applying to my job posting?” This is one of the first questions hiring managers ask us. It may be because your online application process stinks. People interested in your job could be attempting to apply, but something along the way caused them to abandon the process.
This is it—the job you’ve been waiting for. You nailed the interview. You’ve got your hopes up—and then, bam—you’re rejected. You read the email and see the dreaded, “We’ve decided to go in a different direction” dance. We’ve all been there. Rejection hurts, and sometimes it hurts more than we expect it to. The right position is out there, and you will find it. Keeping a positive attitude will bring you closer to landing the perfect job for you. In the meanwhile, here are six tips for helping to deal with a job rejection:
Whether you're brand new to job searching or you’re back on the hunt, you’ll find that there is a plethora of information out there to help you ace your job search and land your dream job. To help you narrow down your list of resources, we’ve put together our favorite articles on how to prepare your resume, be confident in your interview, and impress hiring managers with stellar post-interview follow-up. Check out the links below for tips on acing your job search and starting your new job on the right foot.
“I love job hunting!” said no one, ever. Whether you’re new to the market or a seasoned professional looking for your next great gig, job hunting is stressful. You’ll be constantly bombarded by various buzzwords and best practices, not really knowing what will truly help you land the job. Fear not! We here at WunderLand are here to help you decode some of the newer buzzwords: “hard skills” versus “soft skills.”
Following up after submitting your resume is a crucial part of the job search process. Your ultimate goal, of course, is to get an interview. Not only does following up show that you are proactive and interested in the position, but it may also help bring your resume to the top of the pile. Here are some tips on how to effectively follow up.
How do you know if your dream job is really your dream job? Internships are an excellent way to gain first-hand experience and insight into the day-to-day happenings of someone in your dream job or company.
21% of employees resolved to leave their current employers in 2016, up 5% from 2015. Are you part of this 21%? Whether you’re a new graduate, veteran seasoned employee, or deciding to switch careers, finding a job in 2016 should include networking and getting familiar with the latest technology.
The average person changes jobs ten to fifteen times in his or her career, which means it's pretty inevitable that a person will be job searching while still employed. It makes sense to do so, as hiring managers are more likely to hire someone who is currently employed. Many employers agree, having a job makes you that much more attractive to a potential employer.
Design, whether it is print or digital, is about the customer experience. Users will experience communication no matter where they are, especially with the rise of mobile devices. Successful product marketing offers a 360 experience, an omni-channel campaign that involves messaging synergy. Because of the similarities in goals and purpose of product marketing, it’s easier to transition from print to digital than one might think.