What We Liked & Shared This Week (ending 7/18/14)
We’ve hit the middle of summer: the MLB All-Star game was this week and your local department stores have set up Back to School product displays. With a good six weeks left until Labor Day, here are a few of the items we liked and shared on social media:
Don’t Panic: You may have read the book or played the game “Worst Case Scenario.” The Ladders added fuel to the nerve-wrecking process, but also added tips on how to handle interview emergencies.
Bust Out The Red Pen: You’ve heard “it isn’t the quantity, it’s the quality” and the same holds true in this post from Talent Zoo on the length of your resume – and not just for attention-span purposes.
Best Foot Forward: At NexGoal we know what our athlete-candidates have to offer. Here are some more characteristics that CEOs look for employees.
Best Skate Forward: Last week we bragged about a recent placement with one of our corporate clients. A post on “When in Doubt, Glass and Out” reaffirms the intangibles that athletes (in particular hockey players, per this article) have to offer employers.
Pop Quiz: Do you like LinkedIn Publisher? Have some of the posts awoken your inner-troll? Are you a little bitter that LinkedIn ditched some features in favor of this one? Let us know: we have a five-point quiz and we’re curious to see if we’re alone on the island.
Big Fan Of The Ostrich Pillow: Another fun post from BuzzFeed that you may want to send anonymously to your purchasing department.
Don’t Knock It Till You Try It: This week we took a look at three online venues for job seekers to check out: about.me, vizualize.me and yes, Google+.