Welcome to my Job Search Infographics blog. I try to collect and share the best infographics relating to job hunting. I always welcome recommendations or suggestions. Please feel free to email me at [email protected]
If you are a new college graduate and are looking for a new job, you may already feel the pressure to find something right away. You probably have expenses, like student loans or rent, as well as career and personal goals that first require that entry-level position. The bad news is that, according to a …
Networking is a critical part of a job search. “Who do you know who….?” is one of the best questions to ask friends, family and contacts to expand your network. The following infographic by Ethos3 provides some excellent networking tips condensed to sizes that can be tweeted: Via Mark Veyret on Creating Career Success | …
Do you have aspirations to be a CEO someday? In your next job? Do you have what it takes? Well, the following infographic share information about what it takes to be a CEO. Via Do you have what it takes to be a CEO? [infographic] – Holy Kaw!. Visit Nathan’s other blogs at Employee or Independent …
This infographic provides 15 tips to help you be successful in your interview, including researching the company and interviewer before the interview.
Another way to think about a job interview is to break it down into manageable pieces. This infographic provides the anatomy of a job interview.
Creating your personal brand can be challenging. It requires you to think about who you are. The following infographic helps by describing 12 character types into which most brands fall.
Offering what an employer is looking for is the fastest way to find a job. The following infographic describes 7 skills that every employer looks for.
From National Career Service, this infographic shares the history of the CV (or resume) from 1482 in Italy through today in England. A fun reminder of the evolution of the resume: Via the Undercover Recruiter The History of the CV
From Ethos3, 33 good tips for LinkenIn that have the added benefit that they can be tweeted. Excellent infographic: Via Pin by Mark Veyret on Being Your Best On LinkedIn | Pinterest.