Using the right action verbs can help you catch the attention of recruiters and hiring managers, as well as demonstrate your ability to take the initiative and get things done.
We’re back with Part 2 of our most common interview questions and answers series!
Here are some helpful tips on adjusting your daily routines to help become more productive and efficient in your job and life!
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Learn four ways you can minimize stress when job searching!
One simple way to improve your cover letters is to get rid of all your common clichés, including words and phrases you’ve probably heard a million times.
‘Success’ itself is an elusive term. Find out how to overcome 3 common lies about success to help you improve your job search.
Interviewing can be a difficult process but a little preparation goes a long way! Check out our virtual interview tips...
Looking for a new job? Whether you’re planning on updating your resume for a new job opportunity or writing a resume for the first time, we’ve got a few tips and tricks to help you secure your next job role.
Wouldn’t it be great if you knew exactly what questions a hiring manager would be asking you in your next job interview?
Whether you’re an expert hiring manager or interviewing your first ministry candidate, having a list of prepared questions to ask applicants in an interview can help you decide between a good candidate and a great candidate.
While it would be easier to let your resume speak for itself, cover letters are a great way to increase your chances of getting noticed by employers and be asked for an interview.
Each of these words are an expression of faith. A declaration of trust. Curious?
In almost every recent career survey we’ve seen, compensation is not the number one reason people join an organization.
Attracting the best talent is essential when looking for prospects to fill your vacancies. An effective job posting can play a huge part when trying to engage with candidates and benefit your team's culture.
A job interview is an opportunity to have an engaging conversation between the candidate and the interviewer.
Prayer is a vital part of our Christian walk, but the busyness of emails, calls, to-do lists, meetings and more, often distract us from living the “pray without ceasing” life that Paul talked about in 1 Thessalonians.
Getting ready for an upcoming interview can create a lot of stress. Below are some helpful tips on how to prepare and set yourself up for a successful interview!
How do you decide when it is time to find a new role?
How to Onboard New Church Staff in a Post-COVID World.
Looking for a new job can often feel like a full-time job. Whether you’re looking for a new role or are unemployed, the job search is stressful.
Why Everyone Hates Exit Interviews & What to Do About It.
Whether you’re a pastor filing quality quotes for future sermons or an organizational leader looking for some motivational material for an upcoming team meeting – we all can benefit from the great thoughts of others.
Here are 10 quotes I encountered this past year that stuck with me…
Searching for a new position can be an exciting and scary endeavor! Perhaps the greatest anxiety comes from stepping out into the unknown: Will I find a role in a church I love? How long will this process last? Can I support myself or my family during this time? Why haven’t I heard anything back? Where will I land?…Or, perhaps on our more fearful days, will I land?
Your resume is supposed to highlight your achievements, so it's important to spice yours up with high-impact verbs that will catch the eyes of those reviewing your resume
Don't use worn-out, weak words on the one document that's intended to highlight your significant achievements! Instead get a bit more creative and integrate some fresh wording that will add pizzaz and make your profile pop.
Leverage the list below to make some wording improvements and kick the impressiveness of your resume up a few notches!
Can I let you in on a MinistryHub staff secret? It’s actually a bit depressing, but are you ready for it?
We see a lot more terrible resumes than we do good ones. Like a lot...
Which is sad, because a resume is often the first impression a church gets of a candidate. This simple sheet of paper is actually incredibly important! Yet the reality is that many of the resumes we see are disorganized, unclear and, worst of all, not spell checked!
So here are a few tips to help you craft an impressive resume that stands out.
Whether you're preparing to begin a job hunt or are currently in the throws of applications and interviews, it's important to keep yourself in a healthy mindset throughout the journey. Of course, immersing ourselves in scripture, regularly talking with God in prayer, and finding empathy and loving support from family and friends are essential lifelines during transitions