How to answer the common interview question “tell me about a time when you’ve worked with a difficult person or coworker”.
Expand your network by going to networking events… and go alone to get the most benefit. The bigger your network, the more job opportunities you will learn about over time!
Going back to basics, this post is going to cover standard interview etiquette. This is etiquette that applies across industries and regardless of what level job you’re interviewing for.
In this post I’ll share some basic rules of dressing for an interview that apply across all industries and dress codes. Follow these basic do’s and don’ts.
Everyone will tell you that it’s important to ask questions at the end of an interview, but how many questions should you really ask? Here’s my opinion – ask 1-3 questions and make sure they’re good ones!
Should you put your GPA on your resume? It depends – but if it’s strong, you are a student or recent grad, or if the job requires it, the answer is yes!
Today’s post is about sharing your recipe for success. My business is new, so I’m excited for the day that I can call it a success… but until then I can share why I truly believe that day will come for The Prepary.
Careers operate very similarly to startups in that they are constantly iterating. You rarely ever end up exactly where you thought you would.
In this age of total accessibility, you can find almost anyone’s email address and can instantly reach out, but should you?
When deciding on a job offer you should factor in many things: the work environment, the job, the compensation… but don’t forget to factor in the people.