Lifehacker is one of the blogs that permanrently changed my life.
I found it when I was looking for tips on how to organize my desk.
I read it for tools and tips on how to save time and how to be an all around awesome person.
Fiver of the most awesome people I have met in my life are regular lifehacker readers.
There are a lot of tips that will save you time and money and at the same time allow you to earn more money this year and instead of writing it all I decided to just put the links here.
You go read them yourself and let me know what worked for you.
I’ve been reading lifehacker since 2009 and over time, I had read a lot of the job hunting posts.
If you do happen to read all the posts of Lifehacker and become a regular lifehacker reader, send me a message because I want you in my life.
Lifehacker will make you a better person. I replaced watching the news, gossiping with my coworkers and spending hours on facebook with reading Lifehacker.
The best thing about lifehacker lessons are how you can apply them and achieve the benefit today.
Here are some of my favorites.
Start Dressing Nicer at Work to Keep Your Job Search Secret
If Your Job Interview Is Going Too Smoothly, You Probably Won’t Get the Job
Craft a Perfect Resume Summary with this Checklist
Start a New Job Search 18 Months After Starting a New Job
Practice Job Assessment Tests to Boost Your Career and Job Search
Five Job Search Myths That Might be Holding You Back
The Top 5 Job Skills Employers Are Looking For
Know Which Words to Use on Your Resume for Different Job Openings
Find Out Why You Didn’t Get the Job with These Followup Questions
Top 10 Tips for Winning at Life After College Graduation
If You Don’t Have a Passion, Rule Out What You Don’t Like Instead
Job Interviews Are Two-Way Streets: How to Ask Your Questions, Too
Prepare for a Job Interview by Writing Your Own Recommendation Letter
The Red Flags You Should Look Out for During Your Job Search
Increase Your Odds of Getting Hired By Making Sure They Hear Your Talk
Stay Motivated During Your Job Search by Pursuing a Hobby
If Your Interviewer Has a Negative Attitude, Don’t Copy it
Build a Professional Bio That Highlights Your Career Achievements
sional “Weaknesses” You can Reframe to Your Advantage
Know When to Apply for a Job You Aren’t Qualified For
John D. Rockefeller’s Best Career Lessons
If You Just Got Fired, Use Your Free Time to Develop New (Good) Habits
Format Your Resume Differently to Downplay Job Hopping
What the People Reading Your Resume Wish You Knew
Remember Your Past Successes to Stay Motivated Through a Hard Time
How You’re Sabotaging Your Job Search (and What to Do Instead)
The Late Career Bloomer’s Guide to Catching Up
Five Things Job Candidates Obsess Over That Hiring Managers Don’t
Students: Ask for a Letter of Recommendation Now, Not Later
The Biggest Interview Turn-Off is Dwelling On Your Last Job
Answer Each Interview Question by Connecting Your Skills with the Job
Include Testimonials on Your Resume Instead of References
Give Your References a Cheat Sheet to Remember You
The Biggest Resume Mistakes, According to Google’s Head of HR
Ask Forced-Choice Questions to Tilt Interviews in Your Favor
Send a “Pain Letter” to Get Noticed by a Hiring Manager
Send a Thank You Letter After a Job Rejection
Focus on Your Interviewer’s Opinion to Avoid Dumb Questions
Answer the “What Is Your Salary?” Question with the Amount You Want
How to Give Yourself a Career Tune-Up
Prepare These 15 Stories for Your Next Job Interview
Exchange Resumes with Colleagues to Improve Yours
Find a Common Thread to Tie Unrelated Jobs to Your Career Plans
How to Ace a Job Interview Over Email or Skype
Should I Move to a New City to Look for a Job?
Continue Applying for Jobs After Good Interviews to Keep Morale Up
50 Ways to Get a Job Gives Advice for Every Stage of Your Job Search
Commit An Hour a Day to Improving Your Skills at Work
How Can I Look for a New Job When My Company Is Checking on Employees?
How to Overcome a Job’s “Years of Experience” Requirement
Improve Your Resume with This Simple Formula Recommended by Google
Create a “Brag Folder” in Your Inbox for Easy Resume Updates
The Personality Traits Employers Look for Most in Job Candidates
How Can I Build a Resume When I Have Nothing to Put On It?
The Most Valuable Traits in a Potential Employee, According to Google
Use Google Docs’ Resume Templates for a Free, Good-Looking Resume
What to Ask Yourself Before Accepting a Job Offer You Don’t Love
Six Questions That Will Ease Your Mind Before an Interview
Tips from a Recruiter: Don’t Make Me Read Your Resume
Answer Irrelevant Job Interview Questions by Relating Them to Work
Cut These Vague, Cliched, and Meaningless Words from Your Resume
The Five Basic Questions Interviewers Really Want You to Answer
Companies that Respond to Resumes Fastest Have the Highest Turnover
4 Unconventional Ways the Internet Can Help You Land a Job
My Biggest Interview Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)
What Should I Do When I’ve Almost Run Out of Money?
A Survival Guide for the Newly Unemployed
Why You Should Hold a Mock Interview with a Friend for a Job You Want
Schedule Earlier Interview Appointments to Avoid Interviewers’ Biases
How to Develop the Hireable Skills You’ll Actually Need After College
The Logic Behind 19 Common Interview Questions
How Emotions Can Affect Your Chances of Getting a Second Interview
Improve Your Job Interviews with Better Storytelling
Have a Friend Read Your Resume, then Guess the Job You’re Applying For
When Should You Lie on Your Resume?
Avoid Fidgeting to Ace Your Next Job Interview
Ace an Internal Interview by Knowing Your Reputation at Work
Six of the Most Common Resume Flaws (and How to Fix Them)
Will a Certification Really Help Me Get a Better Job?
What Kind of Stuff Do Employers Search for When I Apply for a Job?
What Should I Know Before I Change Careers?
The Biggest Interview Mistakes HR Experts See (and How to Avoid Them)
How To Break Out of a Career Rut in Four Weeks
The Post-College Survival Guide
How To Accept and Decline Job Offers
Get Your Resume Past the 6-Second Scan with Easy-to-Find Requirements
12 Steps You Should Take Before You Accept the Job Offer
Highlight Intangibles in Your Job Interview Based on the Position’s Listed Duties
Beef Up a Too-Short Resume with Detailed Accomplishments and Volunteer Service
Have a Friend Help You Weed Out Bad References on Your Resume
Avoid Getting Fooled Into a Bad Job by Asking These Questions
Write a Post-Interview Thank You that Actually Boosts Your Chances to Get the Job
How To Futureproof Your Job with a Career Insurance Policy
Include Personal Projects On Resumes When You’re Just Starting Out
Nail the “Why Should I Hire You?” Question in Interviews by Listing Your Potential Contributions
Top 10 Tips for Acing Your Next Job Interview
Leave Your Old Job Description Off Your Resumé; List Your Accomplishments Instead
How to Tackle Three of the Toughest Interview Questions
An Employer’s Opinion on How To Quit Your Job
Look for a New Job During the Holidays to Minimize the Competition
How to Recover from a Bad Job Interview
To Achieve Career Goals, Stop Planning and Start Preparing
How to Generate More Interviews with Your Resume
Ramp Up Your Job Hunting Over the Holidays to Get Your Resume in Front of People Easier
Don’t Be Too Afraid to Name the First Number When Negotiating Salary
Use The STAR Technique to Ace Your Interviews
Cover Up a Long History of Unemployment with Details on How Your Spent Your Time
Pay Attention to the Workplace Environment When You Walk Into a Job Interview
Save Your Resume Under a File Name That’s Relevant to the Position
The 5 Questions That Will Tell You Everything About a Company’s Culture
Stop Chasing Jobs, Start Chasing Companies and Contacts
How to Keep Your Job Search Secret
Does “What You Know” Beat “Who You Know”?
CV Maker Creates Beautiful, Professional-Looking Resumes Online in Minutes
Should You Accept the Job Offer or Walk Away?
Don’t Do What You Love. Do What You Are.
How to Stand Out in an Interview
Steve Martin’s Advice for Building a Career You Love
Emphasize Your Potential Rather Than Your Accomplishments When Selling Yourself
Ask the Right Questions to Determine if a Manager Will be a Good Boss Before You Take the Job
Your Job Interview Starts the Second You Walk in the Door
Create Resume Templates to Save Time, Avoid Sending Out the Same Resume
Learn the Skills Employers Want by Volunteering
Turn Work Experiences into Measurable Achievements on Your Resume
What Does “Overqualified” Actually Mean?
Potential Is More Valuable Than Experience
The Hardest Job Interview Questions—And How to Ace Them
How Can I Sell My Skills Beyond a Boring Resume?
Pick a Job Reference Who Offers a Balanced View of Your Performance
Write Your Resume Like a Recruiter to Boost Your Chances of Getting Hired
What Resume Items Can Kill My Chances at Getting a New Job?
Why You Didn’t Get the Interview
I Won’t Hire People Who Use Poor Grammar. Here’s Why.
One Sentence You Shouldn’t Forget in a Job Interview Followup Letter
Take Stock of Your Job Search to Stop Wasting Time Doing Things That Don’t Work
Nail the “Tell Me About Yourself” Job Interview Question
What Employers Look for in Entry-Level Job Candidates
Why You Should Still Apply to a Job Even If You Don’t Meet the Exact Job Requirements
Keep in Touch with a Former Boss and Co-Workers by Regularly Forwarding Useful Information
Share Only As Much As You Need In a Job Interview by Understanding Hiring Managers’ Tricks
Recruiters Only Look at Your Resume for an Average of Six Seconds and This Is What They See
Craft the Perfect Elevator Pitch by Reducing Your Skills to Three Bullet Points
Avoid a “Me” Resume and Decrease Your Odds of Being Ignored by Yet Another Employer
Top 10 Ways to Get a Better Job
The Hidden Meaning Behind Phrases in Job Ads
Don’t Lead With Your Need When Professionally Networking
Update Your Resume and Get a (Better) Job This Weekend
How Long You Should Wait to Hear Back About a Job Application
Prepare to Ace Your Job Interview with This Interview One-Sheeter
Why I Won’t Hire You
Don’t Say You’re “Experienced” on Your Resume (and Other Words to Banish)
Ten Things To Do While Planning Your Escape from an Awful Job
How Do I Find a Job In a New City?
Choose an Irrelevant Skill When Asked “What Are Your Weaknesses?” in a Job Interview
Develop a List of “Sound Bites” for a More Effective Job Interview
Create an Online Biography to Tell Your Story in a Post-Resume Workforce
Why You Might Consider Avoiding a Resume and Working for Free
Ditch the Objective Statement for an Executive Summary to Increase Your Resume’s Chances of Being Read
The Best Ways to Answer “Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years?”
Part-Time Jobs That Pay Well and Teach You a Skill
How to Prepare If You Think You Might Lose Your Job
Avoid These Overused Phrases to Make Your Resume Stand Out
Ditch Resume Lies for More Successful Interviews
Seemingly Harmless Job Interview Questions that Mean a Lot
Avoid Appearing Out of Touch in Interviews by Emphasizing the New
Keep Your Resume Out of the Trash by Quantifying Your Accomplishments
Top 10 Tips and Tools for Freelancers
Master the “Why Hire Me” Story to Land a Job
Skip “References Available Upon Request” and Other Resume Ink Wasters
Read Your Résumé from the Bottom Up to Reduce Errors
Avoid These Phrases to Keep Your Resume Relevant
Get Comfortable Bragging to Perfect Your Elevator Pitch
Know What Questions to Ask During a Job Interview
Anticipate Your Interviewer’s Next Question to Ace Your Job Interview
Know the Answers to These Questions Before Your Job Interview
Create a Log to Keep Track of Your Job Search
Nail Your Next Phone Interview by Dressing Up
Land Short-Term Work with a Dumbed-Down Résumé
Negotiate Your Salary with the Help of the White Lie
Find the Best Part-Time Work for Your Time
Top 10 Tools for Landing a Better Job
Tech Etiquette for Job Seekers: Maintain Appropriate Boundaries
Jump to a New Career with a Killer Resume and Plan
Find a New Job by Offering a Bounty
Write a Resume that Lands an Interview
Assume a Five-to-One Ratio for Job Search Replies
Lifehacker’s Guide to Nabbing the Job You Want
Make a Comeback in a Stalled Job Search
Tips for Talking Your Way Into a Job
Rebuild Your Resume with Five Simple Fixes
Increase Chances of Getting the Job by Understanding Why You Won’t
Is the One-Page Resume a Myth or Mandatory?
Reasons to Trash or Rewrite Your Resume
Prepare for a Layoff
Use Informational Interviews to Scope Out a New Job
Use the “Rule of Thirds” to Organize Job Searches
Don’t Put Off Job Searches Until After the Holidays
Build a Killer Resume, Start to Finish
Write a Killer Resume
Sway an employer to take a chance on you
The definitive job seekers toolbox
Use your blog to get yourself a new job
Ace that phone interview
Your first resume: how to make the most of it
Build a resume that impresses in the first 30 seconds
Revamp your resume
Job interview tips from a recruiter
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