10 tips on how to quit with class

Many times, employees leave a job for a new one on the best of terms. Perhaps relationships were great and a worker is moving up, or to a position that offers a new experience.  Maybe life circumstances change, or the family needs to relocate. But often, leaving one job for the next is not pretty. After … Continue reading 10 tips on how to quit with class

Our 5 favorite job hunt websites

We are always on the lookout at ITJobMatch.com for resources and tools to help tech industry job seekers find the career they’ve been dreaming of. Here are our 5 picks for the best online resources for tech industry job seekers: CareerSherpa Hannah Morgan founded Career Sherpa to  help professionals and entrepreneurs maneuver though the job search process. Her … Continue reading Our 5 favorite job hunt websites

Now I need a personal brand? Seriously?

It sounds like another buzz word. A passing trend. Another road block between you and your next “best job ever.” You’ve put in your educational time getting degreed and/or trained. You’ve beefed up your work experience and related skills. You did the hard part … now you’ve got to launch your own personal marketing campaign? … Continue reading Now I need a personal brand? Seriously?

New Year, Fresh Start

Why does “the New Year” seem so monumental? Can we all just agree that, realistically, it’s just another day in the life? But I guess we humans like definitive beginnings and endings to things. We certainly embrace the idea of getting through to year end, over the holiday hump and starting a new calendar page … Continue reading New Year, Fresh Start

Don’t Let the Job Hunt Drag You Down

Hey, it’s rough out there … Nothing can bring down your sense of self and self-worth like a modern-day online job hunt. Your search can become vastly depressing as you peruse perfect positions that aren’t in your geography, or try to tailor your qualifications to the jobs that are. Long lists of requirements and preferred … Continue reading Don’t Let the Job Hunt Drag You Down

Ask Questions – 6 Things to Consider Before Your Job Interview

As a job seeker, it’s easy to think of the job interview as taking the stand in a trial.  You anticipate a skeptical interviewer asking questions designed to trip you up.  You expect the claims on your resume to be challenged with requests for explanation and clarification. It can be a stressful situation. But it … Continue reading Ask Questions – 6 Things to Consider Before Your Job Interview