Networking is the best way to find a job, but making the right connections increasingly involves multiple platforms, career counselors and recruiters say.
Stu Coleman, a partner at recruiting firm Winter, Wyman, talks about the interview and how to follow up.
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Hiring and HR
Boston.com contributor Elaine Varelas knows the ins and outs of human resources.
Job seeker discussions
Job Doc chat Monday with Elaine Varelas
Elaine Varelas, managing partner of Keystone Partners in Boston, has...
10 ways to boost confidence
As the overall job market remains tight, it's important to know how to stay in the game.
Unusual resume mistakes
When asked to recall the most unusual resumes, hiring managers shared some very odd examples.
Discover the sites hidden features and its more obvious ones.
Tweeting for that next job
Here are few tips and Twitter no-nos to remember.
8 online job search tips
Are you searching online for a job, but keep coming up empty?
Social media can seem sort of aimless - until it helps you land your next job, writes columnist Scott Kirsner.
Etiquette at Work
Networking is a process. It starts in school before your first job and should be pursued throughout your career.
The Massachusetts economy has outperformed the US economy this year, but local job hunters should prepare for longer searches and cautious hiring.
Downturns in the economy bring their own scams, which prey on those who can least afford another blow. Those desperate for jobs are a ripe target.
On paper, Patricia Vondal’s career looks like a dream job. But after 25 years on the road, Vondal wants to plant roots in New England.
On the Hot Seat
Rosemary Alexander is executive director of JobNet in Boston, one of state’s busiest One-Stop Career Centers. Globe reporter Jenifer B. McKim talked to Alexander about the economy, hot jobs, and the importance of staying positive.