When you hear “interview prep,” you probably think of preparing answers about yourself, but have you thought about how you might respond when recruiters ask.
Congratulations—it’s taken four years of hard work (or five, or six—we won’t judge!) and now you’re preparing to walk across that stage and pick up.
There are lots of reasons that people have to take an employment hiatus—caring for a loved one, personal illness, getting laid off, staying at home.
Staying on top of current recruiting trends in a landscape where the rules are always changing is a nearly impossible task, but one that Jeremy.
Being prepared for a job interview is arguably more important than the interview itself. One of the worst feelings to have when in an interview.
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..