When dealing with stress at work, ask yourself one question: Will this matter a year from now?
We’re bringing back the weekly recommended reading roundup each Friday! Each week I’ll be sharing the best posts I’ve read/videos I’ve watched on the topics…
I think a key component to professional (and personal) success is to always be learning new things. It doesn’t matter if you’re reading, watching, or listening……
This Prepary profile features Ariel, landed a Summer Internship in Human Resources. She shares how she got the job and what the experience was like.
The “optimal” situation to be in is to be looking for a job while you already have one. However, there is one thing that is not optimal about that – finding the time to interview and managing to get away from your desk!
Out of all the interview questions you will ever answer, “tell me a little bit about yourself” is the one you need to know cold… because it is going to be asked in pretty much every interview you will ever go through in some form or another.
The Waiting Place from “Oh The Places You’ll Go” reminded me of something I constantly tell clients who are in their job search: Don’t just wait.
In order to have a really compelling resume for a specific company or job, it’s necessary to tailor your resume to that company or job. There are…
If you’re out there looking for a job, and you have a list of your absolute dream companies, your number 1 priority is probably finding out how to get your foot in the door at one of them. The first step to doing that is naturally applying for jobs and then interviewing for them. But one tricky part of the job search process is actually finding out about these opportunities. People often wonder “Do companies post all of their jobs online?” and tend to have a suspicion that they’re missing out.
A very common question I get is about how long someone “has to” stay in a job before moving on to something new. Specifically, “Does it look bad if I quit my job before a year?”
Let me start by saying this. There is definitely a perception out there that if you leave a job before a year, it reflects negatively on you. The reason this perception is out there is because leaving a job quickly can lead people to believe a few things (many times incorrectly)… Read on to learn more about how this may be perceived and how you can avoid this.