Will you be looking for a new job in 2015? It’s never too early to start updating your resume and practicing your responses to interview questions. Follow these profession tips to help you achieve your professional goals. References for these tips are found at the end of this post.
When figuring out what to do for a living read various job descriptions to see what you like and what you don’t like.
Consider part-time work during retirement to keep active and engaged with life.
Update your resume to be easily scanned by recruiters – focus on relevant experience and accomplishments.
Name dropping can backfire during an interview – rely less on who you know and more on what value you can bring.
Prior to any interview, practice and fine-tune your response to the question, “Why should I hire you?”
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5 steps to figure out what to do for a living
Retirement Jobs: 10 Great Places For Part-Time Work
7 mistakes that make your professional resume – and you – look old
Name-Dropping During an Interview
Interview Tips: Demonstrating Motivation