Increasing your chances of finding a job may require increasing the geography of your job search. Moving for a job is no small undertaking though, and here at H2H we want to prepare you for what you can expect. This week we spoke with Aaron Kraljev, the Employment Marketing Manager at Wells Fargo. We asked him a few questions about what employers expect from out of state applicants. Continue reading
Searching for a job is very much like a job. It takes good communication, it can be stressful and it takes effort to make it successful. And just like a job, you’re responsible for managing a list of tasks such as call backs, writing resumes, networking, and more. For those with children, no job means no money for a babysitter/childcare, and to top it off, when you’re home you can easily get busy taking care of all your household needs. Just because you’re not employed, doesn’t mean your life is free of a to-do list. Continue reading
To look at the character of an individual, you have to go deeper than just one thing they say. Employers who are interested in bringing somebody on board with their company are more than likely going to research candidates online to see further into their character.
Social Media opens these doors, but also gives an open door for the interviewer to get a good look into the character of the company as well.
Reading a mission statement and an “about” section on a website is good, but to get a better idea of who they are, here’s some quick tips. Continue reading
The first step I’m going to share is searching for the job I want. In this case I’m going to go to our job search site (www.h2h.jobs) and search for a job that I’m qualified for. In my case, I’m going to choose “Social Media” and I’m going to look in Pennsylvania. Continue reading
The event, Hiring Our Heroes, is put on by the US Chamber of Commerce and is open only to employers (who are committed to hiring our veterans), veteran job seekers, active duty military members, Guard and Reserve members and eligible spouses. Continue reading