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]
From the Undercover Recruiter, this infographic traces the history of job hunting, starting in the Stone Age through the present: Via Before LinkedIn, How Did Our Ancestors Find Jobs? [INFOGRAPHIC].
From Lifehack – whether you are working or looking for a job, being productive with your time is important. This infographic provides key ways to be more productive: Via Six Productivity Hacks Backed By Science.
At least half of impressing a prospective employer is not annoying a prospective employer. This infographic shares what puts employers off prospective candidates: Via How NOT to Impress a Prospective Employer [INFOGRAPHIC].
From Career Savvy, your body language communicates a lot and can help you get or not get a job. Career Savvy provides valuable advice for using your body language to your best advantage. Via Pin by Debra DeBates on Career Development Teaching Ideas | Pintere….
From Vista College, this infographic provides information about career choices including knowledge required, job growth and satisfaction to help you understand the outlook for different career choices. Via Pin by Bracelets By Jen on Career: Resources | Pinterest.
Find out what successful people and have done and copy them. There’s no need to re-invent the wheel. With this in mind, the following infographic from Entrepreneur describes the habits of the wealthiest people. See Habits of the World’s Wealthiest People (Infographic).
College is worth it for so many more reasons that simply having a higher starting salary. But even so, it’s worth understanding what degrees have the starting salaries. This infographic from CareerColleges.com provides really useful information when thinking about college. Is College Worth It? What Degrees Offer High Starting Salaires?.
Emotional IQ is more important to success than IQ but often is not considered. The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business prepared this terrific infographic that illustrates the importance of emotional IQ. Thank you Liam Barrett for sharing this with me.
A very smart person once told me that there are 3 p’s in life: preparation, preparation and preparation. Preparing for a job interview is critical for a successful interview. Bracelets by Jen prepared this infographic to help you start preparing for a job interview. Posted by Bracelets by Jen on Pinterest.
I am delighted to share this infographic designed by Blueberry Labs with an introduction by Lisa Smith. Resume etiquette Resumes are among the toughest documents to write, and to be fair to HR managers and evaluators, the toughest to assess as well. How do you write a resume that’s ideally suited as an application for the …