Having a LinkedIn Profile today is not the option it was in the early 2000s. To not have one in 2023 is declaring yourself out of touch. To not be active on it is a professional shortcoming. While it is unlikely that LinkedIn will ever replace document or file-based resumes in the foreseeable future, it may not be the best place to post your resume. And here’s why. Continue reading Should You Post Your Resume on LinkedIn?
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Tap into the Hidden Job Market
Even though most applicants apply for jobs on a job board or employer career site, 35% found job postings on social media, 50% of respondents heard about jobs from friends, and 37% say they learn about jobs from professional networks. Here are some steps you can take to tap into the hidden job market: Continue reading Tap into the Hidden Job Market
Job Search and Career Lingo
When I produced and hosted DINERS for Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) and wrote Classic Diners of Connecticut for The History Press, I immersed myself in diner lingo, the light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek and even sometimes risqué phrases could be heard in wide use in busy diners during the 1920’s continuing on well into the 1970’s. Diner lingo was a spontaneously developed mnemonic means of making orders easier to hear and remember above the conversational din of the busy diner.
But, did you know that the career marketplace has a language all its own, beyond such terms as resume, cover letter, LinkedIn Profile, and job application? See how many are familiar to you: Continue reading Job Search and Career Lingo
The Great Quit Will Continue into 2022
Organizational psychologist Anthony Klotz coined the term “Great Resignation” in 2019 when he predicted a voluntary mass exodus from the workforce in the near future. In April 2021, Klotz’s premonition began to come true…And will continue into2022. Continue reading The Great Quit Will Continue into 2022
Shoreline Diner Partners with Career Coach to Help Job Seekers
GUILFORD — Diners have left a huge impression on Garrison Leykam’s life. As an Army brat growing up, Leykam remembers the first time he stepped into a diner in New Rochelle, New York, where his family had decided to set down roots after his father left the military. He has always seen them as centers of the community. “I immediately fell in love with diners,” he said, because these cozy restaurants always helped him feel at home during his years working as a salesperson and being on the road.
It was for that reason, Leykam said, that he decided Shoreline Diner, at 345 Boston Post Road in Guilford, was the perfect place to hold a free career presentation, which will take place June 24 from 3 to 4:30 p.m.
His goal is to help people looking to change careers, find a new job in their field, get promoted, or find work after being unemployed during the pandemic. Continue reading Shoreline Diner Partners with Career Coach to Help Job Seekers