Good or Bad Job Search Advice?

Getting the right advice when searching for a job is pertinent; taking bad advice just might cost you the job.  The article, “Job Search Advice: Fact or Fiction?,” posted on Total Career Success, lists examples of fictitious information that could hurt your search for new opportunities. They are…

  • For higher level jobs, a search takes 10-15 months
  • You shouldn’t send in your resume without first contacting a hiring manager and asking for an interview
  • New hires cannot negotiate on an offer

Visit the article for the facts that go along with these statements.
What was the BEST and WORST advice you have ever received??