“Tell me about yourself” is probably the most commonly asked question in interviews. How you answer this question greatly affects the first impression you give, and sets the tone for the entire interview. How should you answer this question? -Here are our tips. 1 Keep it professional -Give a good first impression -Do not […]
Sounds unusual doesn’t it – XBox Live is an online gaming platform that allows users to play each other using the Xbox game console. It’s not usually where you would look for work, well now it can be used for exactly that! We’ve heard many stories recently about how people have landed their new job […]
This post is Part 1 in our 7 part series on how to manage your job search. Defining Your Goal: Before you start out on any journey it’s important to know your destination. In this case it’s a life-long journey so it’s best to be realistic. In other words, don’t set your goal to be […]
It’s that time of year again: the time of year when the leaves change color, football season gets into full swing, and companies begin their on-campus recruiting efforts at colleges across the country. But how can you differentiate yourself from your classmates in a crowded market? How can you convince employers that they want, no […]
I remember the time I was laid off from my first job out of college. My boss told us all to meet him in the conference room. I joked, “I’m not in trouble, am I?” And he replied by giving an uncomfortable half-laugh and a nod toward the door. Once we were all gathered he […]
Frustration is a feeling near and dear to all job seekers. Whether you were laid off, you just graduated, you’re changing careers, or you just hate your current job, looking for employment is seriously not fun. Here are three common irritations of the job search, and three ways to make them a little less troublesome. […]
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