Refreshing the Digital Skills job seekers need to win in today’s job market
02/2021 | NEWSLETTER GEN UPDATES
A December 2020 article published in AXIOS entitled “How to develop new skills for a post-pandemic America” states that the digitized workforce has arrived much earlier than experts previously thought. Many of us who have been working remotely during the pandemic would agree. To remain productive, we have all become much more reliant on local internet access, smart phones, video conferencing, and an array of apps and computer programs.
References are Often an Afterthought
by Stephanie Legatos / Career and Job Coach
You know you need a list of references, and every potential employer expects you to have this. However, many people use – and have used – the same people over and over. I think about references as parallel to 360⁰ assessments: use a variety of people who can support your candidacy from different perspectives.
By Steve Currier, Job Development at Operation ABLE
Are you looking to get back into the workforce after retirement or interested in switching careers? If so, then writing a strong resume is a perfect way to display your skills and experience to potential employers. A resume is often the first impression a potential employer has of you and it can show that you have what it takes to excel in your desired field.