There are some topics that should always be completely off limits in an interview. Why? Because they are personal, not relevant to how you’d perform on the job, and in many cases, aren’t legal!
Even if your privacy settings are in perfect order, your social media interactions can still have a big impact on your job search… and it’s not always a positive one.
When used the right way, a cold email can be very effective in your job search. The Prepary shares 5 tips on cold email etiquette.
Should you connect with people you don’t know on LinkedIn? Or should you simply send them a message? The answer here on Prepary.
LinkedIn can and will help you get a job (if you know how to leverage it). Here are a few ways it can be a big asset in your job search.
Having recruited many summer interns in the past, I wanted to share what companies really look for in their summer interns. Here are 4 important qualities that all good interns have.
Want to change careers but don’t want to start from the beginning? Here are a few tips to help you make the leap.
Before I got into recruiting I didn’t really think too much about “types” of interview questions. I just kind of assumed I’d walk into an interview and the interviewer would ask me whatever they wanted. While that’s still true (anyone can just ask anything) behavioral interview questions get asked very often… and it’s important to know how to prepare for them.
Something about the new year makes people start to think about fresh starts. If that means considering a new job, here’s a post to kick off your job search.