The 8 Best Job Boards from a recruiters perspective – Career Development, Self Improvement Article

Not all job boards are created equal. Although there are plenty to choose from, I want to share with you the 8 best job boards from a recruiter’s perspective. I’m going to break down why you might use one over the other, and why I recommend each one. As a head hunter and a recruiter, I used to use these job boards to find quality candidates just like you! This isn’t by any means a comprehensive list, but I personally…

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Thinking about Changing Career Paths in Your 20s or 30s? – Career Development, Self Improvement Article

Here Are Four tips To Get You Started!co-written by Victoria Rayel and Randi BussinSometimes making a career change can cause anxiety — a completely reasonable emotion! After internships, classes, and now full time work, it may feel like as though you haven’t landed on a career path.  How long will it take?  Will you ever find a career you enjoy? In truth you likely have 30-40 years left in your career, so to think that you will stay where you…

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Social Media Marketing in Spiritual Direction – Use It, Lose It, or Abuse It – Spiritual Article

Spiritual directors constantly weigh the pros and cons of marketing our service on the internet. As you can probably tell, I’m very pro marketing and encourage colleagues to use it in any way that suits them and honors the sacredness of the practice. Social media is one area that requires constant discernment for me. I waver between “use it, lose it, or abuse it.” Use itYes, I’m on twitter (@teresa_blythe) mostly, and Facebook (facebook.com/phxcsd) now and then. And I have…

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Employed But Open To Opportunities – Three Passive Job Search Strategies – Career Development, Self Improvement Article

Passive Job Search Passive job search isn’t always a bad thing. If you are happily employed, it is good career management to remain open to opportunities. Your dream employer may have a job opening in your field. A former boss, one of your favorites, may call with an opportunity to work together again. A recruiter might call with a job that offers a title bump, more pay, or an interesting challenge. Staying open-minded but not actively looking is passive job…

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Program officer leaps into new creative career – Career Development, Self Improvement Article

Andrea DeBerry, an experienced program professional, found herself burnt out and seeking a career change. She connected with National Able Network to determine what path she would choose for her new career. Upon applying for and being accepted into the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program, she chose to enhance her skillset with creative technology. Andrea successfully completed training in programs such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, HTML5 and more! We got in contact with Andrea to learn a bit more…

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