With the explosion of social and mobile media that connect people with text, sound, photos, and video, multimedia resumes could be the wave of the future.
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Hiring and HR
Boston.com contributor Pattie Hunt Sinacole knows the ins and outs of human resources.
Career & networking events
Job Doc chat Monday with Elaine Varelas
Elaine Varelas, managing partner of Keystone Partners in Boston, has...
6 hot jobs
Select positions in the creative and IT fields likely will see a bump up.
Preparing for a phone interview
Phone interviews are often used for screening.
Tweeting for that next job
Here are few tips and Twitter no-nos to remember.
Rehearse for an interview
You should stage a rehearsal for your next job interview.
The networking site has increasingly become the tool of choice for employers and recruiters trolling for new workers.
Its great to be one of Bostons Most Wanted ... and not so great to try to hire one of them, as many companies in the technology, life sciences, and health care fields are well aware.
The Massachusetts economy grew slowly last year, but economists predict it will gain steam throughout 2013, adding jobs at a moderate pace.
On the Hot Seat
Foley recently spoke with the Globe about the job outlook in Massachusetts and offered some advice to job seekers.
Etiquette at Work
No matter how good you think you look, if you walk into a meeting and people look at you and wonder, What on earth is he/she wearing that for? then you chose the wrong clothes.
On the job with...
The human nose is the most sensitive instrument in the world, said Roy Desrochers of GEI Consultants.
I have read that resumes are full of embellishments. How do I know what a candidates work history really is? Should I be using an employment application form?