The word fired today is too common on the news, big companies are under pressure to become leaner and meaner in face of tough CvTips.com provides the unemployed with tips for developing job search skills.
(PRWEB) January 27, 2006 — The word fired today is too common on the news, big companies are under pressure to become leaner and meaner in face of tough CvTips.com provides the unemployed with tips for developing job search skills.
Getting fired can be very frustrating and traumatic. Someone else putting the brakes on a career you have worked on for years is a bad experience but most of today’s workers will be fired once or twice in their careers.
Job search skills are increasingly essential, the job market has become more fluid. Workers need more skills and need to be more flexible in terms of where and what their next job will be.
Once you are fired, relax. There is nothing you can do about it except start searching for a job. Writing about your experience is therapeutic, especially when you have replies from other people in the same situation. The www forum http://www.cvtips.com/career_advice_forum/ is exactly the place where the “just been fired” crowd have been congregating and telling each other what their next job search efforts will be.
Most people post after just being fired, others who are active members on the forum post encouraging replies and tips on how to deal with the situation. CvTips.com has been providing the unemployed with job search skills for the past seven years.
http://www.CvTips.com is the prime resource on the internet that provides career advice to jobseekers around the world. Job hunters looking to improve their curriculum vita or CV can use the very helpful tutorials and samples to improve their CV.
Cover letters are also an important job search tool and on http://www.cvtips.com/cover_letter.html you can find samples and articles that can ensure a better response rate from your job applications. If you need a resume instead of a CV, we also have a good selection of resume templates and samples which you can download and customise to your needs.
The free career advice forum http://www.CvTips.com/career_advice_forum/ is a place where jobseekers around the world meet to ask for career and job search advice. Professionals in the field answer these questions. Others can later on review these questions and learn from others. The forum has 500 active members which daily post and reply to forum messages. Our 500 active forum members are mostly from the USA and Europe.
For those jobseekers who have been selected and are soon going for a job interview, we have some precious tips to help them http://www.cvtips.com/job_interview.html. In an interview everything matters, the first impressions, the way you dress, eye contact and the way you shake hands with your interviewer. Doing research prior to the interview is also vital, on Cvtips.com we explain how to research and learn about the companies you are interested to work for. A recently released career & job search resources directory http://www.cvtips.com/career_builder.html is collecting all the job search related websites. We invite anybody who helps job seekers from CV/Resume writers to employment agencies to register their website in our directory.
Those students and unemployed who are still looking for a job, can get more career advice by reading our job search tutorial http://www.cvtips.com/job_search.html.
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