The three most stressful life events according to psychologists are, in order, getting married, buying a home, and looking for a job.
As you climb the ladder in the organization, as you move up the pyramid towards the top, as you get bigger responsibilities and tougher challenges, as you also enjoy a bigger paycheque, so will the risk of being at the wrong place at the wrong time.
I have been there in all three: married, home, job. Looking for a job, I know what sort of horse manure you must swim through to get it — any job.
As the days go by, no one returns your calls. No one cares to reply to your emails.
Once again you curse the idiot of a boss who let you go from your most recent job. The guy who told you the company could do without you. Aaarrgghhh.
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Refresh your Resume and LinkedIn profile
Best practices on how to write your resume and LinkedIn keep changing.
If you don’t keep your profiles attractive in the eyes of recruiters and hiring companies, you risk being overlooked.
Overlooked as in no one reaches out to you, consequently no invitation to come for an interview, no job offer, and it means no job.
Both profiles have only one purpose: To get you an interview.The Headhunter
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