Let us help you ring in 2019 and set your job search off on the right foot!

Another year has passed, and odds are you were looking up career advice for most of it in hopes of helping your ongoing job search or your big career transition. Whatever the reason, we know that the job search is a tough process to get through and that you would rather forget it during the holidays so you can focus on gift giving, spending time with family, and catching up on all of your Netflix favorites. But, we think you shouldn’t get trapped in the holiday-infused bubble just yet, especially if you struggled in 2018. We’ve made it easy by compiling our best job-search advice from this past year for you to consider before we all ring in 2019!

What did you struggle with in your job search in 2018?

Was it figuring out what to put on your resume?

Resume writing can seem like a foreign language.

Words and Phrases to Remove From Your Resume Right Away

11 Steps to Writing the Perfect Resume

Did you have an epic battle against the hiring bots?

Here’s what you need to know about the ATS and how it affects your job search.

What Is an ATS? How to Write a Resume to Beat the Bots

How Can I Make My Resume Beat the ATS?

Were you close to calling it quits?

To quit or not to quit? That is the question.

4 Wrong Reasons to Quit Your Job

How Long Should I Stay at a Job Before Quitting?

Not sure how to handle the big interview?

The interview process is no stroll in the park.

Is It Alright to Bring Notes to a Job Interview?

6 Simple Tips to Master Your Employment Gap Explanation

How Do I Juggle a Job Offer While I Wait for Another?

Had a special circumstance you didn’t know how to handle?

Everyone’s job-search situation is unique!

What Do Employers Look for in Director Resumes?

How Can I Overcome Ageism in the Job Search?

Whatever your problem was, you can fix it in 2019 — and we are here to help you along the way with our career advice, free resume critique, and even a professional resume rewrite from one of our expert writers.

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