Hannah Morgan

Hannah Morgan provides no-nonsense help for new job seekers. She provides advice and serves as a guide to traverse the treacherous terrain of today's economy by focusing on pro-active strategies for job search and leveraging social networks. Career Sherpa is one of many outlets where Hannah shares her information. Follow Hannah on Twitter @careersherpa!

The job search is one of the toughest sales jobs you’ll ever have. Why not take a look at what businesses are doing today to promote and market themselves and lift some pages from their playbook? What are the main parallels between marketing and the job search? Companies have a product or service to sell. You are offering a service. […]

Applying to hundreds of jobs online isn’t the best solution for landing an interview or job. So why do you spend so much time doing this? Less than 50% of hires come from job boards: Finding a job online and applying is relatively painless, or less painful than networking, so that might explain why so many job seekers find themselves defaulting […]

Hiring professionals are turning to social networks to source and vet candidates. What’s your plan for updating your online presence and building the right online resume which compels recruiters to call you? Here are 6 steps to building an online presence: 1) Take a base line: Go ahead and search for your name using Google, Bing and Yahoo! Are you satisfied […]

The interview is like a first-date. You are checking out the company and the people you meet with and they are evaluating you. You are both looking for some sign that this may lead to another date, or even a long-term relationship. During an interview, a similar evaluation is occurring. Are you doing things to turn off the interviewer? Appearance: You have […]

You probably don’t care how the job search is different today. What you do want to know are the new rules for landing your next job as quickly and painlessly as possible! Here is the new modern job search playbook: 1) Pain is part of the process: Get used to rejection and learn from it because you are going to […]