Many marketers are creative. However, saying you are creative is very different than actually showing that you are creative – especially during a 30-minute job interview. You have limited time to communicate and explain your creative side to interviewers. But it can be done. You just need to be creative about how you show your creative side!
Are you looking for a new project? Perhaps you’re considering a career move? Or you may be thinking ahead and want to position yourself effectively amid the large pool of marketing talent. Either way, if you want to get noticed, LinkedIn is a great place to start, and there are a lot of creative ways for you to improve your LinkedIn presence and stand out from the crowd. It’s also easier than you think.
We all know that housing prices in Toronto and across the GTA are out of control. Housing prices, in general, are on the rise in Ontario. So, why are we writing about housing prices? Because it is one of the many factors that impacts talent when considering a new position, and it’s starting to become a bigger issue in Toronto.
For many people, especially those who are out of work and searching for a job, it’s important to maintain a positive attitude and outlook to get some (Irish) luck on your side – and secure a job interview, call back, or even get a job offer.
Prior to using any social platform, especially LinkedIn, where you are making connections with people who could have an impact on your career, it’s a good idea to make sure you know how to use the site properly, and perhaps more importantly, know the faux pas and big no-no’s for interacting on LinkedIn.
LinkedIn recently analyzed their data to determine the most promising jobs in finance for 2017. They looked at salary, the potential to be promoted, the number of job openings for a specific position, job growth rate, top skill requirements, and regional availability of positions.
Marketing is not just marketing anymore. It has evolved to be so much more than communications, print ads and the marketing mix. In fact, it’s become far more technical and IT focused, making it vital for marketers to also have strong IT skills and abilities.
When we were younger, we all dreamed of being recruited right out of school and having a job lined up after graduation. The truth is that it doesn’t always work out this way, however, it doesn’t mean that it can’t happen. You just need to know how to go about the process to make yourself a desirable candidate.