This week we seemed to receive quite the words of encouragement and support and gratitude from followers. I love followers who ‘get it’ and are able to share their insight and attitude with other job seekers and let them know that they aren’t alone and that there’s hope out there for everyone to get the job they want.
We love to see comments like this, whether on our Facebook page or via Twitter. Anytime you can share with us that you either get the interview or get the job, we want to hear! Congrats to Jose who received a job offer earlier this week from a job he applied with through CareerBuilder.
Melissa has kept us in the loop about her job search and has consummately had a positive outlook during the entire process. Her tips are to keep at it, always be willing to update/modify your resume and stay positive. More importantly, once Melissa gets that job offer, I know she’s going to let us know and we’re going to Twitter high-five about it.
Speaking of keeping the faith, Teri filled us in on her telecommuting experience after we released our latest infographic. I, too, had a time in my career where I telecommuted and had a similar experience to Teri. While some people absolutely thrive in their home, other people just want to be around others in the office environment. Her comment is great because she sees both sides of the fence and relates it to her work experience, which we love to hear.
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It’s always a good day in my book when you can say that The Fonz endorsed you. Thankfully, our pal saw how easy it was to update his profile and upload a resume and apply for jobs right through CareerBuilder.com. If you would like to do the same, I’d recommend starting here.
A great little spot on The Today Show with Kathie Lee and Hoda featuring CareerBuilder’s very own Andy Streiter on how to give a proper handshake.