With social media, would you believe that all of us have two resumes to our credit?
- Skill Development
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- Workplace Success
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Does it help to memorize answers for job interviews? To this day, there’s a lot of debate about this among experts.
Some say it’s best to be spontaneous and let your natural personality shine through. Others believe that knowing the right thing to say for any possible question makes you appear more confident.
Being a college student is not an easy job, but add to that looking for a job when you are a student and it’s a lot to balance. You may not have much work experience yet, but you’re likely full of energy and ambitions to show yourself.
Whether you are working your way up in your industry or have just graduated, your ability to convey your personal brand to potential employers is incredibly reliant on your resume. Your resume is the first insight that future employers will have into what makes you tick and whether you would make a suitable employee. Here …
It is very strange to find similarities between a mobile app game and job hunting but interestingly, there are many! Below are some lessons Pokemon Go can teach you about job hunting.Go Outside: You need to go outside to catch Pokemon. It is the same with job hunting too. You need to go outside,…
Your resume is perfect. You nailed the job interviews. And now your future employer wants to check your references. No problem …right? Well, hopefully…but who really knows what your references say about you? How do they handle the tough questions like” why are you leaving your current job” or “what could you improve on”? When …
Rejection is a natural part of life. Whether by someone we found attractive, our top college pick, or the sports team we didn’t make, we have all, at some point, felt the pain and disappointment of being rejected.
Men face few choices when it comes to dressing for a job interview. Suits and shoes are always dark colors – black, gray, or brown. Shirts are typically white or blue. The real difficult choice is which tie to wear.
When deciding whether or not to accept a job offer, it’s important to look at more than just dollars and cents. Money is important, and we all obviously want as much as possible, but a job can and should bring with it many other benefits that matter to us, sometimes, more than money.