In the last 3 months I’ve heard at least a dozen people tell me that looking for a job is like taking another class. I think they’re right; finding a job is no easy task. Fortunately, there are specific steps you can take so you’re not job hunting for the sake of job hunting, but instead . . . → Read More: Juggling a Job Search While Going to College
I have a guest post for you from Duncan Adamson, the Director of Marketing at Instrumart. Duncan’s been involved with hiring employees for almost 20 years at several different companies. He’s interviewed several hundred candidates, been on about 50 candidate search committees, and staffed at least a dozen job fairs. It’s safe to say that over . . . → Read More: Avoid Negative Differentiation at a Job Fair
Today, I have my first official interview for a position at one of the largest staffing firms in the country. Along with researching what this company is about and working on my interviewing skills, I also had one big stress factor lying on my plate waiting for me to gobble it down: WHAT DO I WEAR?! . . . → Read More: Is Budgeting for a Suit Possible?
Take a Chance
Internships are a lot like picking a major – it’s part guesswork, part future oriented, part scary and part exciting. Well the good news is once you’ve picked your major then you’re that much closer to knowing what kind of internship to look for. Internships are invaluable because they give you a chance to experience . . . → Read More: How to Find the Perfect Internship
I have the pleasure of sharing some great insights from Matt Woodside (check out his LinkedIn profile here). Matt’s a Health Care IT consultant who’s had the opportunity to do quite a few interviews in his career. He’s been generous enough to share his top nine insights with us. Check out Matt’s insights below.
Resume format – I prefer resumes . . . → Read More: Top 9 Interviewer Pet Peeves