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The Signs of a Possible Layoff

In today’s economic climate, many companies are struggling to maintain their profitability and stay afloat. Unfortunately, this often means that they must resort to layoffs in order to cut costs. If you are concerned about your job security, it is important to be aware of the signs that a layoff is imminent. Here are some of the most common indicators that your company may be considering a layoff. Continue reading The Signs of a Possible Layoff

10 Ways to Increase Your LinkedIn Profile Search Results

Increasing search appearances is an ongoing process. Each LinkedIn member receives search results customized specifically for them, based on their LinkedIn network (connections) as well as what LinkedIn calls “relevancy to the searcher.” You can successfully  optimize your Profile and increase search appearances by consistently doing the following: Continue reading 10 Ways to Increase Your LinkedIn Profile Search Results

January & February: Best Job Search Months

January and February are the best months to seek out a new job and make a career change. Hiring budgets for the year have been approved and employers are motivated to jumpstart the year by filling open positions. Hiring activity that was delayed in November and December can now move forward and the backlog of unfilled 2022 jobs are out there. Many companies pay annual bonuses in December, so a lot of people wait until January to change jobs. Companies expect this so they look to make lots of new hires in January. Continue reading January & February: Best Job Search Months

LinkedIn Helps You Account for Employment Gaps

According to LinkedIn, “79% of hiring managers today would hire a candidate with a career gap on their resume.” However, do not interpret that to mean a prospective employer is not going to want to know why.  To give you an edge, LinkedIn has added a new feature that allows its members to address career gaps right on their LinkedIn profile. Here is how: Continue reading LinkedIn Helps You Account for Employment Gaps