Based on an exercise we use in the Career Change Pajama Learning, we suggest you create a “want/don’t want” list. This is a list of job aspects that you want, and those aspects that you don’t want. Making a list of those aspects that you want can guide you to careers that are in alignment with what makes you happy.
The Compass Group – the career networking group at Unity Church of the Hills hosted a panel discussion with Recruiters from Dell, HP, and Google, and LinkedIn to provide an insider’s perspective on how LinkedIn is used to fill positions. The #1 piece of advice was to have a strong profile. Here are the top 10 tips from LinkedIn on building a strong profile:
Today’s article is focused on the Central Texas community because I thought it would be helpful for my neighbors here in Travis and Williamson counties to know about the wonderful resources available for networking with other job seekers. I live and breathe this stuff, but almost everyday I’m reminded that those new to job searching don’t know what’s out there to provide assistance and support. You don’t have to go it alone! If you don’t live in Central Texas and so can’t use the resources listed below…
A franchise is a business system. Although the franchisee is the owner, he/she still needs to follow the franchise system and guidelines. This is different than traditional business ownership where the owner makes the rules. The traditional business owner may build the business from the ground up. A franchise business gives training, support, and instructions on how to build the business.