Among stressful interview questions, ‘why are you looking for a new job?’ ranks near the top. This can really throw you off, but if you’re prepared to answer it, you’ll do well.
The idea of getting back to work when you’ve been out of the workforce is daunting. Representing your gaps in employment is another challenge entirely.
If you only ace one question in your interview, make it this one. It’s bound to be the first when you walk through the door.
When it comes to winning over a prospective employer, no one can do it for you. You have to sell yourself. Here are five ways to set yourself apart from the pack.
Attention! There may be parts of your resume that you can immediately remove or change because they are either hurting you or taking up valuable space.
In short: it’s not about you, it’s about the employer. Here are five things that you need to be aware of before you apply.
While you can’t change who you are or whether you’re going to get along well with your interviewers, there are some ways to increase your chances of developing a friendly rapport.
Leadership presents itself in many different forms. Think about your entire personal and work histories to identify your best examples.
What I’ve learned is that having one master resume is really all you need, because it contains everything you’ve done in one place.
There are various interviewing methods and they differ greatly between industries and even companies. Here are four types of job interviews including sample questions.
The hardest part of making a career switch is figuring out how the skills you have set you up for the job you want.
When an interviewer asks you this question, you’re probably thinking, “why in the world are you asking me that? I’m here interviewing so you can figure that out yourself!”
Networking is not just for extroverts. Use opportunities where you feel more relaxed either in person or on social media or email to practice your engagement skills.
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