One of the most common questions in the interview process is “tell me more about…[insert task here]. This is a post about how to use the STAR method to answer this question really really well in your next job interview.
My roundup of great graduation gifts that will have special meaning once your grad enters “the real world”
Are you graduating without a job this May? Here are 5 things you should be doing that will make a big impact on your search and maximize your time.
Here are 3 major mistakes I’ve seen when it comes to informational interviews. The good news? It’s easy enough to avoid them!
A post about the best way to answer any interview question, which is to back up your answers with real, honest, examples.
In this series, we’ll decode common job search terms. In this post, we talk about the “hiring manager” and why they’re an important part of any application and interview process.
Why you should be tracking your accomplishments and the easy way to get started.
Most companies allow you to “put your resume on file” – but when you apply to a company but not for a specific job, what happens next?
What’s the difference between a resume and a CV? In a nutshell, length, content, and the jobs you should use it for.
My absolute favorite (and free!) calendar app is Sunrise. Here’s why I love it.