In a celebration of a great year in marketing and marketing coverage, here’s a mix of content that our audience loved and that the Target Marketing team loved working on in 2016.
You need to remember two key things in order to get paid what you deserve: Your current, or most recent salary is irrelevant to the job you’re seeking, so don’t reveal it. And once an offer has been made, always try to negotiate.
I think you’ll agree with me when I say: It’s REALLY tough to break into the hidden job market if you don’t have a large network. Well, I bet you have a larger network than you think, and it’s easy to grow your network quickly if you take this approach. In today’s article, I am going to show you just how to build your network, and start nurturing it so you can uncover the hidden job market.
Today’s marketing industry is growing and changing at lightning speed. Marketing leaders are looking for key skills, attributes and characteristics when building their dream teams. So whether you’re searching for a new job at a different company or trying to accelerate your career at your current one, it’s time to get real about what it takes to achieve your career goals.
Ageism — age discrimination — in the job search is a reality that’s hitting both ends of the spectrum. As a job seeker, it’s pretty easy to fall prey to it (especially when you don’t get the job you’re after) if you don’t have the right attitude.
Feeling frustrated with HR because they’re providing inadequate candidates to fill the open positions within your marketing team? Sparking the interest of the best and brightest job candidates to help your company succeed requires the right techniques. Remember, first impressions are crucial, and the first time potential employees “meet” you and your company is through your job ads.