Poll Results: The Job Search Topics You Want to Learn About

In January, we asked what topics you wanted to see on Job Journey in 2021, and your responses were off the charts! From more interview tips and resume help to specific job questions, you had a lot to say.

Here are a few of the top topics you were interested in that we’ll delve into this year!

  1. Interviewing: From Remote to In-Person

2020 was quite the year, and the job search looks different than ever before. Interviewing in-person is less common now, with phone and remote interviews being the preferred options for many companies.

However, many of you noted in your responses that you’d still like to review in-person interview tips to be prepared as businesses begin to bring them back, and we’re here to help! We’ll be featuring numerous blogs on interviewing, including one that will compare in-person, remote, and phone interviews. How are they similar? How are they different? We’ll see!

  1. Networking and Connecting with Potential Employers in a Digital Age

With so much of our lives being remote these days, how do we handle networking? That’s a question many of you asked, and we plan on answering it. Many professional groups have moved online, but networking can already be awkward; trying to make connections through your camera doesn’t make it any easier. Luckily there are several techniques that can help.

  1. Writing an Updated Resume Later in Your Career

You’ve been at your job for decades, but now it’s time for a change. Some of you asked what to do with your resume when you find yourself unemployed after working for one company for years, while others wanted a change of pace but weren’t sure where to start when they hadn’t touched their resume in decades.

Resumes look different now than they used to, being much simpler than previous years. We’ll help you get a clean, updated resume in no time.

  1. Moving into Other Departments Within Your Career Field

Many of you wanted to know how to grow your career. For example, if you love your company and want to move on from being an event specialist to an account manager, how do you go about making a transition? Much of this has to do with your relationship with your manager and any achievements you’ve made in your current position.

Is there anything else you’d like to see on Job Journey in 2021? Let us know in the comments section below!

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