Networking is an important and often overlooked element of a job search. Consult our resources to learn how to successfully build a solid professional network and utilize your connections to maximize your search efforts.
Learn more about optometry organizations like the AOA, AAO, NOA, AOSA, or ASCO and find the best national optometry association for your career goals.
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Knowing how to network at an optometry conference can help advance your career. Read our optometry conference networking tips before your next event.
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Keeping track of job references is not only important for your current job search, it can also help your career down the road. These templates will ensure you have what you need to succeed.
This ultimate guide includes everything you need to know about preparing and delivering job references.
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“Networking”: the term is everywhere in job search advice, but how exactly do you go about it? Get started with these three pointers.
Networking isn’t just for the outgoing – even the shyest job seeker can master the art of schmoozing by using these five quick tips.
Volunteering is an excellent way to build your resume and give you something to talk about during an interview.
Newly certified RNs have historically displayed high turnover rates— approximately 30% in their first year of work, and up to 57% by the end of the second. These numbers have been linked to several factors. In particular, the heavy workload, lack of workplace rewards, and unsatisfactory relationships with colleagues and supervisors play a prominent role.
Volunteering is an excellent way to develop two important pieces of any job search: experience and connections.
References are an important part of any job seeker’s strategy, but there is a lot more to it than simply listing "references available upon request" at the bottom of your resume. First of all, you should NEVER list "references available upon request" at the bottom of your resume.
Since so much of the hiring process happens in that hazy area called cyber space, it may seem as if there is no personal interaction involved in a job search. Nearly all employers encourage applicants to submit their information online and what was once the norm – dropping by a company’s office to deliver a resume in person – almost seems strange nowadays.
Working with recruiters can be a great way to give your job search a boost, but there are a few important points to consider when seeking out the help of a recruiting firm.
One of the most important elements in networking is the elevator speech (also known as the elevator pitch). This speech can be used in many situations, from pitching your skills and talents to a potential employer to outlining the services your company can provide for a potential client.