Summary Sunday: Finding A New Job Today Is Complicated

There’s more to landing your next job than swiping left or right.

Finding a new job today is complicated. And while employers may be crying they can’t find the right talent, they still have the upper hand and set the rules (written and unwritten).

finding A New Job Today Is Complicated

If you plan to look for a new job or have been looking for a new job, then you’ll want to brush up on some of the trends in job search.

From candidates ghosting recruiters to managing your personal online reputation, there are some things you need to know. Plus, there are some interesting things happening in the workforce you may want to know about. Why aren’t salaries increasing? And will we really see employers loosening job requirements? Only time will tell. But you heard it here first!

JOB SEARCH

The 30-60-90 Day Plan: Your Guide for Mastering a New Role [Template + Example]

by Clifford Chi | HubSpot

If you haven’t heard about a 30-60-90 day plan before, you’ll want to read this. Creating one will greatly enhance your interview performance AND your chances of landing the job. Oh, it will also help you succeed in your new job too!

Ghosting is Now Happening at the Workplace Too

by Rusty Blazenhoff | BoingBoing

Ghosting, or blowing someone off, happens when candidates fail to show for interviews. But it is also happening on the job – employees just don’t show up their first day. This article sheds some light on why this is happening at an increasing rate and in all different types of jobs.

REPUTATION MANAGEMENT

Reputation Management Study – Personal Branding

by MRINetwork

This video is less than 2 minutes and highlights the importance of your social media activities as they relate to getting hired.

2018 REPORT: How Your Google Results Impact Your Life (And What To Do About It)

by Pete Kistler, BrandYourself on LinkedIn

This is a great companion piece to the video above. It’s full of data on how employers use Google results to evaluate (and sometimes eliminate) candidates.  It even lays out what you can do to begin improving your Google results. If you haven’t checked out BrandYourself, it’s a freemium tool to help improve your search results and I’ve been a fan for a while!

LINKEDIN

Essential Checklist to Optimize LinkedIn For Executive Job Search

by Meg Guiseppi | Executive Career Brand

Use this article to help you build a better LinkedIn profile and really USE the tool to build an online reputation of excellence! There are so many advantages to being active on LinkedIn and it is a powerful research tool. Don’t just “set it and forget it.”

Unsure Who to Accept or Reject on LinkedIn? Consult this Flowchart

by Leah Fessler | Quartz

Do you spend valuable time pondering whether to accept an invitation to connect from someone on LinkedIn? Or maybe you reject an invitation too quickly. This flowchart helps save you time and mental energy when deciding which invitations to accept or reject. Pssst: having a strategy for how you use LinkedIn helps too!

WORKFORCE TRENDS

B.S. on the Jobs Numbers Euphoria

by Nick Corcodilos | Ask The Headhunter

Sure, unemployment is low and companies are posting jobs, but are you seeing more money in your paycheck yet? And why aren’t salaries increasing at a faster rate if companies are trying to attract new employees? Corcodilos shows you the data.  If you’re a numbers geek, this is right up your alley.

Report: US Employers Opting to Eliminate Job Requirements

by Riia O’Donnell | The HR Dive

If you don’t have exactly the right skills or degree, you may have a better chance of getting hired now. Well, at least in some cases. IBM seems to be leading the way in reducing the years of experience required and opting to train new hires on some of the skills they need.

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