The Riley Guide:
How to Job Search
Embarking on a new online job search can be a daunting prospect – especially if you’re used to job-searching via more traditional means, like scanning the classified ads or walking into stores with "help wanted" signs. But many of the same principles that apply in any job search also apply on the Internet – talk actively with people in your network, keep your resume updated and tailor it for each potential employer, be specific and courteous in your contact attempts, and so on.
The links on this page will point you to some Riley Guide articles that’ll walk you through many aspects of your job search, from preparing your resume to using job websites to expanding your online network to working with recruiters and staffing firms. Each page linked here contains detailed information on a certain area of online job-searching, as well as more links to help you further. So wherever you are in your job search right now, just click a link that applies to you, and get some expert tips on where to go from here.
|Articles to Assist You|
|Resources for More Help|| |