Job search and career advice on TikTok  

Career coaches and hiring experts are giving advice on the popular Gen Z app, TikTok. While the accounts below are not endorsements, the accounts offer bite-size tips that career professionals may find useful for students and professionals navigating the job market. Who do you follow for career advice on TikTok? Share in the comments below! … Read more

What would you do if you knew you could not fail?

People are stepping up to say, I’m not getting what I need from my career. I want and need more. The post What would you do if you knew you could not fail? appeared first on CareerWise. Related posts: Bridging the gap: Resources relating to disability and employment 14 Canadian programs for career development professionals … Read more

Following up on a job application: Good or bad idea?

Six recruiters, former and current, weigh in with their thoughts on the practice of following up with an employer after submitting a job application. The post Following up on a job application: Good or bad idea? appeared first on CareerWise. Related posts: Reflection in experiential learning: A Wayfinder to better career development outcomes ‘I want … Read more

A guide to writing the perfect job interview thank you

A thoughtful, well-written thank you note after a job interview will give you a leg up on the competition. Here’s exactly how to write it. The post A guide to writing the perfect job interview thank you appeared first on CareerWise. Related posts: The final stretch: A guide to post-interview emails Resources to support the … Read more

Working with recruiters: Insider tips for success

What career professionals need to know about preparing jobseekers to work with recruiters. The post Working with recruiters: Insider tips for success appeared first on CareerWise. Related posts: Resources to support the career development of transgender people Bridging the gap: Resources relating to disability and employment Gratitude, self-compassion and growth mindset for new immigrant jobseekers … Read more

Finding a new job is possible — even when you’re burned out

Looking for a new job doesn’t have to be just another exhausting to-do list item, if you break it down into manageable steps. The post Finding a new job is possible — even when you’re burned out appeared first on CareerWise. Related posts: The final stretch: A guide to post-interview emails ‘I want to quit … Read more

How to conquer job interview nerves

These tips can help jobseekers go into interviews feeling confident and in control. The post How to conquer job interview nerves appeared first on CareerWise. Related posts: Resources to support the career development of transgender people Gratitude, self-compassion and growth mindset for new immigrant jobseekers The final stretch: A guide to post-interview emails Bridging the … Read more

12 red flags that your a job offer may be a scam

The fake postings are often on social media or a spoofed version of the company’s legitimate website. After an interview (frequently done via email), the applicant is asked to provide information, like their address and phone number, so a “formal offer” can be sent The post 12 red flags that your a job offer may … Read more

17 job interview do’s and don’ts

Do get clarity on the little things. Don’t brush off your weaknesses. The post 17 job interview do’s and don’ts appeared first on CareerWise. Related posts: The final stretch: A guide to post-interview emails ‘I want to quit my job’: How to support a client considering a change In hiring people with autism, focus on … Read more

Job search going wrong? Your resume might not be the issue

Regardless of how well you seem to match a posting on paper, it’s not going to make someone hire you if you’re presenting yourself in the wrong way. The post Job search going wrong? Your resume might not be the issue appeared first on CareerWise. Related posts: Resources to support the career development of transgender … Read more