Interviewing is a learned skill, and there are no second chances to make a great first impression. So study these 10 strategies to enhance your interview skills.
Take it from a person that reads resumes all day, there are a handful of do’s and don’ts when it comes to writing your resume to make sure you land that interview.
I’ve put together a list of questions that will set you apart from other Candidates and make the manager think you might be sharp enough to hire.
Working with a recruiter is like any other relationship, it requires effort from both parties. Here a few tips that I recommend:
Here are three reasons why you might need to say no:
Interviews can be a lot of work and after you’ve finished one, you may just want to relax – but not until you’ve finished your post-interview checklist!
You’ve made the decision. It’s time for a new job. What to do first?
Do you consider yourself strategic? If not, it’s definitely a skill you should work on, because that’s the kind of worker that employers want to have on their team.
Like it or not, most people, including interviewers, will start forming an opinion of you immediately, maybe without even saying a word. So, how do you make a great impression?
Let’s take a look at some of the things you should and shouldn’t say when answering this question.