It’s your career you have to be in charge of, not someone else’s and it’s very important that you are doing everything you can to ensure your career and its path are on a track you want them to be on. The first part of that is obtaining a position that will help your career path move forward and to do that you have to get your resume noticed by hiring managers. The first article covers how to get your resume in the inbox instead of the spam folder of the hiring managers.
Have you ever felt you were not moving forward as well as you should be? Have you known you need to be working harder, but you are just worn and feel like taking some time off? Remember it’s your career, are you doing everything possible to advance yourself? Read the second article and gain some perspective and inspiration from some extreme athletes.
4 Ways to Stop Your Resume from Becoming Junk Mail
Ensuring hiring managers actually receive your resume and it doesn’t end up in their junk or spam folder is key to having your resume actually viewed. Many people don’t read their spam folders to see if anything important they may have missed, instead they simply delete, or have their e-mail set up to automatically delete these files. Understanding the need to keep certain buzz words out of your e-mail and the subject line will help you to have your resume actually reach the desk of the hiring manager and not end up in the junk. Take a look at this article to learn more ways to ensure your resume makes it to the hiring manager.
5 Career Lessons from Extreme Athletes
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We have all heard the slogans from sporting goods companies “Just Do It” from Nike being among the most famous, but also the most to the point. Extreme athletes find ways to push their bodies to the breaking point and go even further than ever before. By showing you can do this in your career and understanding your destination and path are what you make of them will help build your confidence and allow you to enjoy success. How hard you push is completely under your control; how far are you willing to go? Read this article and become inspired to go beyond your previously perceived limits to reach your goals instead of just looking at them.
What Makes a Work Environment Hostile?
No one wants to work in a hostile work environment. The definition itself means the environment has become such that work is actually impossible. There is a huge difference between an uncomfortable or unappealing environment and a hostile one. Knowing the difference is helpful when it comes to legalities, but we all want an environment that is comfortable and easy for everyone to get their work done. The first most important task is to make sure you are not contributing to a bad work environment and second is to address those who are to create a place where everyone can get the job done and work as a team.