Not hearing back after an interview (for a few days or even weeks) can cause job seekers anxiety and stress. Here’s why you shouldn’t panic and a tool to combat that dreaded feeling.
This article is part of our series on how to answer the most common interview questions. Today we’ll be talking about the question of “What is your biggest accomplishment?” and how to answer it.
This post about is how to organize your internship search. We even have a free template you can use to keep track of everything!
This post is an easy tutorial on how to prepare for an interview. We include an easy checklist to use to make sure you’re fully prepared.
A referral from a current employee of a company can help you get your foot in the door and more. Here’s how to ask your contacts for a job referral.
This is a “tutorial” full of screenshots and instructions to use LinkedIn Search to find valuable contacts to help you in your job search. This is a great way to help get your resume seen after you’ve applied for a job.
This post is all about my New Years “Career” Resolution and how I am trying to tackle it. Hint: it involves tackling some of the biggest productivity killers out there! Check out the full post on The Levo League..
People are always saying that your resume should be on one page… and I agree. This post explains the logic behind this very common “job search rule”.
One of the most common interview questions is about “a time when you made a mistake” or “dropped the ball”. Here’s our advice on how to answer that question.
Most interviewers will allow you to ask questions at the end of your interview. They can be a bit daunting to come up with but read on to learn what we think are the best questions to ask at the end of a job interview.