Whether you’re a seasoned employee in your industry, a recent college graduate or somewhere in between, job searching at a virtual career fair is new territory for all. How are you supposed to make a great first impression, create meaningful connections with potential employers and stand out from other candidates when you can’t meet recruiters…
If you are a job seeker or work with a professional association, you understand the importance of building relationships and growing your network to advance your career and the industry you work in. Given the current situation, job seekers must adapt to these changes and find new ways to network with other professionals in their…
Preparation is the key ingredient for success when interviewing for a management or leadership position. Interviewers are looking for very specific traits in management candidates and will often ask questions to help them determine if the candidate has the leadership skills and experience that they are looking for.
When you’re conducting a job search, you need to know how to write a good resume. Considering that most recruiters make their decision on you within the first minute of viewing your resume, it’s important that it is concise. Ideally, your resume should only be a single page.
You’ve just spent the last couple of hours talking about your resume, discussing your cover letter, and answering just about every question an employer could possibly think of asking. Now that your job interview seems like it’s over, what are the next steps you should be taking?
We all know how nerve racking a job interview can be. No matter how much experience you may have, putting it all on the line at an interview can cause anyone to get a little bit nervous. You’ve been working towards the job of your dreams, and you don’t want to clam up during the…
You’ve been on the job hunt for a while now, and you’re eager to accept a job offer so you can begin a brand new position – but have you asked the right questions that will allow you to make an informed decision on taking the next step in your career?
Cover letters: They can be a mind-numbing task for even the most skilled of writers. Writing a perfectly tailored cover letter for each individual job listing you apply to can feel like a trip to the dentist. However, letting yourself get overwhelmed by a cover letter can only lengthen your job search.
When it comes to a job interview, there are just some questions that are harder to answer than others. No matter how much you plan and practice before an interview, open-ended questions like these can make even the most rehearsed job seeker trip on their words.
At the end of most job interviews, the interviewer will ask the prospective employee, “Do you have any questions for me?” This may seem daunting, but it’s actually an opportunity to improve your chances of getting the job.