Many jobs will ask for references as a part of the application process. Do you know how to choose the best ones? Read on for more information on how your references can make a positive impact on your future career.
Social media is a great tool to help us stay connected. We can check in on a friend or share a funny post. But social media is also crucial to a job search. Read more on how you can use social media as a positive boost in finding your next job opportunity!
It is often argued that the meaning of success is subjective but having knowledge of these four factors will help anyone to achieve their own definition of success.
With all of the uncertainties of living in a global pandemic, the Coronavirus has brought alot of change in the way people are interviewing for open positions. What hasn’t changed is the importance of the FIRST IMPRESSION!! Whether that’s face to face or through the newest technology, putting your best foot forward is still very important!
The Trump administration has labeled agriculture as a critical industry in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, allowing businesses to continue operating as usual amid current and potential restrictions created to stem the spread of the virus.
Including your skills on your resume is one of the most important parts, but there’s more than just listing your skills. You need to show your skills. Attract the employers attention with details.
Agriculture talent is in HIGH DEMAND! Whether you have a college degree or not, if you are willing to work hard, treat people with respect, learn and grow, you can have a long and very successful career in ANY ONE of these job categories no matter who you are, where you’re from, or what your educational background may be.
While resolutions tend to focus on personal life, it’s beneficial to create resolutions or goals for the workplace too. Here are a few resolutions that should be easy to keep.
“Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.” If we can choose to be happy, wouldn’t everyone do that? Doesn’t our environment decide our level of happiness?
Most hiring managers will ask for references once you make it past the interview process, with some asking before the interview. How do you know who to list?