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Michael Carvalho
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4 months ago

🔍 How is Your Job Search going? 🚀

Hey, job seekers! It's time for a check-in. How's your job search journey going? 🌟 Whether you're just starting out or actively pursuing new opportunities, we want to hear from you!

Share your progress, challenges, wins, or any tips and tricks you've picked up along the way in the comments below. Let's support each other and exchange insights to make our job searches more successful and rewarding! 💼💬

#JobSearch #CareerJourney #ProgressUpdate #ShareYourStory #JobSearchTips #JobHunting #SupportEachOther #CareerDevelopment #OpportunityKnocks #CareerCommunity #GetHired #StayMotivated #CareerGoals #JobSearchUpdate #Networking #JobSeekers #CareerAdvice #JoinTheConversation #motivation #advice

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Brenda Lee Cataylo
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Good day. I am interested in Data Entry job.

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A better place to find a freelancer is upwork.

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Cynthia Okonkwo
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over 6 months ago

INTRODUCTION:

Visit https://nnamtique.com.

Since the pandemic, even employers that once had strict dress codes have now relaxed their attire requirements. So, if you’re a job candidate, you might not quite know what to wear for a job interview, whether in-person or virtual. That’s why today, I’m sharing with, “Dress the Part,” a lesson from my Career Search Rx Coaching Program. I think you will find it helpful as you ponder what to wear to your next interview.

ponder what to wear to your next interview.

Give Your Job Search a 2023 Makeover! THREE DRESS CODES FOR JOB INTERVIEWS:

This lesson focuses on professional, business casual, and casual interview dress codes.

Professional Dress Code – This is the most formal of the three interview dress codes. It is often thought of as stuffy and uncomfortable…especially during the summer months. However, some employers will consider you a serious candidate if you dress to this level during your interview. If your interview is virtual, you can dress professionally on the top and wear shorts or pajamas on the bottom. Then, change into a T-shirt after the interview.
Business Casual Dress Code – This is dress code is the one that I personally, and many others, appear to like most. The business casual dress code has now become the standard following the after pandemic return to the office. Check out https://www.gq.com/gallery/best-work-shoes-for-men for some cool business casual shoe styles for men. I think you’ll like it.
Casual Dress Code – The casual dress code is the truly the less-demanding of all. In fact, I always say that a casual dress code makes you look like your headed to the park for a walk. Now, don’t get it twisted. A casual dress code does not mean that no standards or guidelines exist. It also does not mean that its is not a well-coordinated look. To me, it just means it’s very relaxed.

IN CONCLUSION:

Don’t make assumptions when deciding which dress code you will follow for your interview. You want your potential new employer to know that you exercise sound judgement across the entire employee lifecycle…including during the interview and selection phase. So, I recommend that job candidates follow the dress code, for their interview, that is one level higher than current employees follow.

You know that my goal is to help you live your best career life. So, if you’ve found this post helpful, share it. Like it. Subscribe to my blog or channel. Or leave me a comment or a question. I’d love to hear from you.

Career Search Success to You! Go Get Your New Job!

Originally posted on HR by Nnamtique (https://nnamtique.com).

https://nnamtique.com/interview-dress-code/

#interview #jobsearch #gethired #dressthepart

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Genise Caruso
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over 6 months ago

Since many people are asking about the specific skills needed for a particular job, check out O*NET online, https://www.onetonline.org/ On the first page you can search for jobs with any job title (Occupation Keyword Search) and it will give you all kinds of information, basically everything you need to know about what kind of skills, qualifications, etc. are required for any given position. #jobsearch #gethired

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Crystal Nixon, CSP
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over 6 months ago

Take a beat to answer these 5 questions before you begin the hunt. 👇🧠

Identifying your needs and priorities FIRST is key to finding positions that are best suited for YOU! 😎🥰

If you are in the Puget Sound area, let West Sound Workforce help! westsoundworkforce.com

#JobSearch #Tips #FindWork #Interviews #GetHired #Employment

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Crystal Nixon, CSP
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over 6 months ago
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Deborah Mccahon
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over 6 months ago

Something I ylearnied at #Mill Creek Goodwill ...

At the mill creek goodwill they will Not hire if you have more than one disability I am 70 and in a wheelchair also legallyblind iwas not hired bcause I could not reach the top bookselves goodwill in the past fit the person to the job now they hire more skilled person if you can’t do the job 100 percent goodwill not hire you much different then in the past i really wanted to work

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Pamela Schmidlin
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over 6 months ago

So Friday I was skimming the channels on the TV, and I came across a channel I never watch, it was a news program and I caught part of a news story about how companies are advertising yet not really hiring. So I googled and found this:https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/11/08/job-search-not-getting-hired/ there were a few other pieces on this .....my question is does anyone feel this is the case? Or is it just a piece to sell papers or subscriptions?

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Sandra Arceneaux Negron
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over 6 months ago

If you’re an RN an don’t know the scope of your work, then you should not be hired!!!

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William MacDonald
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This is all a scam don’t do it I went through it had the interview online the person couldn’t even speak proper English when writing and then at the end they ask you to send them $100 gift card to activate the computer that you will be using then they will tell you all we needed 2 $100 gift cards. It was such a joke I couldn’t believe I fell for it who is going to pay somebody almost $40 an hour for a data entry clerk position when the work is worth $15 per hour. Please don’t fall for it!

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