The interview is over. You’re feeling great about how you handled all the questions. You give a sigh of relief thinking that you now only need to sit back and wait for the job offer. But the phone does not ring. At first, you think that maybe the competition was stiff. Another time you think … Continue reading The Power of Thank You Notes in Job Searches
Did you know that fewer than 20% of all jobs are advertised in the classified section? And if you are Internet surfing, how can you be sure that your resume was ever read by a person rather than dumped by an electronic resume scanner? It might seem that job hunting is a bleak process but … Continue reading Beyond Classifieds: Informational Interviews
An interview is similar to dating. Each side of the equation has questions about the other necessary to establishing an effective, ongoing relationship that require honest, well thought-out answers. Remember that the questions you bring to the table to ask the interviewer in the interview demonstrate your interest, preparation, as well as knowledge in the … Continue reading Key Interview Questions to Ask
This is not the usual list of things to say once you have an interview. Instead we give you seven tips for tipping the scale in your favor so your next interview can be your last. Successful Interview Tips Tip #1 Ask for directionsOn the day of the interview, you arrive 10 minutes early but … Continue reading Tips the Scales in your Favor with these Interview Tips
Searching for a new job, position, or even career can be intimidating, especially if you have been employed within the same company for several years. Knowing where to start, what is most important, and even whether or not it is the “right” job are all questions that race through the job seekers mind upon beginning … Continue reading Job Searching — Where to Begin?