In preparation for your interviews, you need to expect that there will be at least one, or more, “zingers.” Questions you wish they didn’t ask, but which you know will probably be asked, based upon your resume. So you need to be prepared. Here are some of those difficult questions and how to answer them. […]
Just checking in to see how your job search is going. Not getting the results you expected? Here are five things you need to STOP doing and 5 things you need to START doing to get unstuck.
So you’ve had an interview for the perfect job for you and you think it went really well. Then what? There is no such thing as a “thank you” letter. It’s all about reinforcing your candidacy and making sure they remember what you can do for them.
You are in a job search and you are feeling frustrated, lonely, exhausted and ready to give up. But you don’t have a job yet and you are wondering, how can this get better? By joining a group or workshop you don’t have to go it alone. Why join?
So you interviewed for a job and you thought you aced it. But you didn’t. You are feeling rejected, depressed, and at loose ends. So what do you do now?
We’ve all seen the articles and books on 50 tips for interviews or 100 difficult interview questions. There are many different questions, but they all boil down to these questions, or some version of these.
When you are going on a job interview or following up after the interview, what makes you special? How do you differentiate yourself from everyone else who has the same job title? You need to show that you are better, different, and more qualified than the next candidate who wants that job.
After you apply for a job, or write directly to a company,chances are if they are interested, they will call you for a phone screening, even before they call you for an in-person meeting. If the phone screening goes well, then they will call you in for the first interview. If that goes well, you […]
Networking is one of the two best ways to find your next job. Are you going to at least one to three networking events a week? How do you start and end conversations? How do you keep track of the people you meet?
1. Separate your […]