I often get asked, “should I send a hard copy of my resume by mail?” Based on my experience, the answer is no… and here is why.
One of the most common “negative interview questions” is this one: Tell me about a time when you’ve worked with a difficult manager or boss.
Here’s a post on how to schedule a job interview. It seems like a simple task, but it is the first impression that you are going to make on the interview.
Lots of people wonder how far in advance you can apply for a job? We say 3 months before you can start is the earliest… and here’s why.
A post on how to choose good references. Keep them professional, positive, and relevant and you’ll be good to go!
There are rules and protocol you’ll need to follow to make a positive impression at a career fair. Find out some of the basics of career fair etiquette.
When you’re asked to do a sample project as part of an interview, how can you be sure that your interviewer isn’t going to steal your ideas?
A post about why I like giving job search advice, why I think it’s important, and how it can help you as a candidate.
When you prepare for a video interview, you should do all the things you’d normally do to get ready. However, there are also some other logistical things you’ll need to look out for and do
New technology is making the job search easier and more transparent than ever before. One really incredible resource is Glassdoor.com. For those of you who aren’t as familiar with Glassdoor, here’s a quick post about how to use it as a resource during your job search.