Those hours, days, and weeks between interviewing and waiting to hear back can leave even the most confident people questioning everything from their people skills to their personal hygiene habits. But how can you tell if you really bombed a job interview? For starters you can ask yourself these questions:
So you made it through the pre-screens and phone interviews, and got the call. The one that says show up at this place and this time for the big interview for the job you’ve always wanted. So on “Interview Day,” you are pumped and ready to hit the starting line and get the interview underway. But where exactly
A colleague of mine had some damage control to do when one of his staffers fired off an internal email complaining about a difficult client, and inadvertently included said client in the email distribution list. Disagreeing about feedback from the client about her work was one thing, but this staffer had also included some derogatory
It’s hard to choose a career as a teenager and young adult that you know you’re going to love for the rest of your life. Some people are lucky enough to know their calling from the get-go, but it’s not uncommon for adults to change directions and try something else midstream, even after years of
10 Resume Tips and Improvements to Create a Better Resume:
Getting axed, sacked, canned or fired hurts. It does nothing for your self-esteem and it doesn’t look great on your resume. You’re always better leaving your position on your own terms. But how can you tell when your job may be on the line. Here are 10 things to look for.
A professionally designed resume is an important component to any jobseeker; however, the overall effectiveness of the document depends on how and how often it’s used, marketing strategies utilized, and the relevance of the content. Concentrating on these important aspects is key to ensuring your resume produces well.
Your resume can get you into the company for an interview but it is up to you to be able to sell yourself as the perfect match for the job. One thing that can help you to land the job, besides being qualified skill wise, is to practice answering common interview questions. Expecting common interview
Recruiters research and learn about candidates much differently today than 10 years ago. Instead of waiting for candidates to come into the office for an interview, Recruiters now go online and do a Google search for the person’s name. Other recruiters go out and search for their profiles on Facebook and LinkedIn or find job seeker’s accounts on Twitter. They want to
When you watch movies that took place during the great depression or about unions striking, you will commonly see lines of people at the unemployment office or at a warehouse hoping that they get selected to work that day. It was a sad reality back then and remains true in some areas today. In the
We’ve all been there where we wish we had a better job. It could be because of co-workers, stress or no room to grow. When we get to this point we ask ourselves, “When is it the Right Time to Change Jobs?”. There are times that stress you out where you just want to get
One thing that many people in the recession did to help create a feeling of security was jump on the Affiliate Marketing bandwagon. They created a secondary stream of income with websites and marketing. Affiliate Marketing is in no way a get rich quick plan and takes countless hours of work and dedication to be
One thing that you will want to do is prepare for your interview. There are too many individuals who mistakenly believe that all interviews are the same. Many interviews are similar in nature, but they are not all the same. In all honesty, it depends on the job that you are being interviewed for and
Do you ever wonder if all those resumes you’ve submitted are being held hostage in a virtual prison never to be seen by human eyes? If so, your suspicions are partly right.
Managers often terminate employees with phrases like “not a good fit,” “just not working out,” and “maybe there’s something better for you out there.” While these words can be painful, they may also be the catalyst you need to take your talents, and quirks, elsewhere.