Last week, the iSchool’s Society of American Archivists Student Chapter (SAASC) presented "Job Hunting: What Search Committees Want You to Know" via Collaborate.
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Looking for a job takes a lot of time and energy. In fact, you may have heard that job searching is a full-time job in itself. That is at least when you do your job search the right way. A half-fast job search is a waste of your precious time and energy.
Graduation is a time to celebrate! It can also be a time of stress when confronted with putting your MLIS to work. Start your post-graduation journey off on the right track by ensuring that you have a realistic and focused plan of action.
Q: I have worked for the same employer for the past three years, but was promoted from Circulation Specialist to Head of Circulation nine months ago.
When doing a job search, I know you spend hours researching job opportunities and perfecting your tailored resume and cover letter. To keep your job search on the right path, avoid these common email mistakes.
Here are 5 things to AVOID when emailing a potential employer.
Q: I will be graduating soon and am updating my resume. I have worked at several places in the past, and was wondering are we supposed to list every place we’ve worked at in our resume? How far back do we go?