How to Get a Job: Your 2019 New Year, New Job Guide

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Description automatically generated with medium confidence“If there’s one thing high school or college failed to teach most us, it’s how to find a job. Could you have imagined taking a full course on the ins and outs of researching a company, identifying a job that aligns with your goals and skills, plus how to navigate the interview process?

Well, now you don’t have to imagine. The ultimate class on how to find a job is finally here. And the good news is you don’t have to go back to the drama of high school or college to take this course.”

Amy Elisa Jackson

The Best Advice From 'How I Work' of 2018

 Every week on Lifehacker, we interview a successful person about their career and their work habits, in a column called How I Work. And every week we ask them, “What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?” Here are the best answers our guests gave us in 2018

Nick Douglas

57 Easy Job Search Tips List You Missed in 2018 ( You Can Still Use in 2019)

Where to focus your job search

1. You need a documented plan. 
2. To-do lists are a must! 
3. Designate a distraction-free zone. 
4. …  increase your connections. 
5. Alumni? Use the schools connections
6. College career services are full of resources. 
7. Search's to use as resources for compensation: a) Payscale Salary Negotiation Guide 2017 b) Glassdoor Salary Guide  c)
8. Expand your considerations to remote work

By Mark Anthony Dyson

CAREERS - 10 tips for landing your dream job in 2018

Relying on advice from experts on everything from how to look for a job to landing an interview and following-up with hiring managers, Glassdoor has compiled the top tips job seekers should follow to secure their dream position in 2018.

Courtney Connley

Tips for a job search in 2018

Q:  One of my goals for 2018 is to land a new job.  I have been at my current company (in a few different roles) for 20 plus years.  My guess is that my current role will be phased out and moved overseas within the next 6 months.  I am a bit afraid of current job hunting process.  It seems technology has really overtaken face-to-face interviewing and mailing out resumes.  Where do I begin?

Pattie Hunt Sinacole