March is a good month for renewal and getting new things started.
Here at the Shinobi Career Coach the job web site and blog is fully up and running (though it’s missing the RSS, Twitter icons and a new email list sign up form). If you want to stay up to date with management, environment, social media and past job search articles then go here.
Finally you get a round up of last month’s top five articles relating to business (culture this time), job hunting, making a good introduction and an engagement with unemployment discrimination (well figuratively).
Apparently employees at companies striving to be green are happier than those working at companies who only want profit.
Job boards provided more than 25% of new hires according to a recent survey. If you’re going to use them you should keep in mind a few other little things.
How do you make a killer introduction that does your friend justice? Here are 5 steps to do it – examples, shortcuts and all.
Is unemployment discrimation real? Yes it is – some employers have gone so far as to say, “No unemployed candidates will be considered at all.” That’s harsh. Here are 5 fast steps to jump that hurdle.
There are at least five challenges to handle if you want to take up farming as a job (young or old actually).
That’s the round up for March 2011. If you have any suggestions of what you’d like to see just leave your ideas below.