Around this time of year, job seekers start wondering if it really makes sense to continue searching during the holidays. The answer is, yes! Here.
Your resume is all ready to go. You’ve spent hours updating it, highlighting your transferable skills, quadruple checking the document for typos and now comes.
You’ve been job searching for months. Your patience is exhausted, and so are you. That’s why it’s so important to be careful when you finally.
It can be easy to ignore your LinkedIn profile when you have a job. You might log in every now and then to add a.
Every job seeker sending in a resume to a potential employer wants to believe there’s actually someone on the receiving end that reads their entire.
Have you ever noticed how much information is out there about how to get your resume noticed? If not, believe us – there is an.
There it is, that jittery feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when a job interview is fast approaching. Yes, there’s a lot.
As much as we hate to believe it, age discrimination – though illegal – happens every day. Older job applicants constantly run into job site.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been interviewed a million times or you can count them on one hand, the stress is palpable when you come.
It’s one thing to add a college, graduate program, or certificate on your resume, but if you have an engineering degree and you don’t know.
You’re in the middle of a great interview and things are going great. Then comes the ultimate job interview question that makes everyone squirm in.
We always get excited every time we find out that someone we’ve helped left an interview feeling good about their chances of landing a job..
“Could you take a quick look at my resume and tell me what you think?” If we had a dollar for every time we’ve been.
Companies review hundreds of resumes when they have a position open, but there is always that one perfect candidate that peaks a recruiter’s interest. There.
Your resume is your first impression on a potential employer. A well-written document is a strictly objective and succinct recap of your professional. Avoid turning.
You’ve spent an absurd amount of time preparing for that big interview, and you finally landed it! Now the next big thing to worry about.
When you’re going in for a job interview, ideally you would like to be greeted by someone who is relaxed, approachable, friendly and professional. It.
Job interviews via Skype have become increasingly popular over the past few years. Even though you can see one another, a virtual interview is definitely.
“Tell me about yourself.” This one simple little question makes even the most confident candidates sweat in a job interview. A million thoughts rush through.
To a recruiter or hiring manager, there is nothing worse than discovering that a job candidate has done little to no research on the company..
“I don’t know what I can put on my resume without sounding cocky.” The voice on the other end of the call belonged to a.
Are you at the point in your job search where you want to push past the basics and into the stuff that will take you.
When you’re searching for a job, your resume is the most important marketing tool you will employ. In fact, most recruiters or hiring managers rely.
You’ve found the perfect job opening. It’s one you’re really passionate about, and you want everything to go well in the interview. Still, you’re nervous.
Fact: going to a job interview can be terrifying! After all, the recruiter sitting on the other side of the conference table will be deciding.