Smart Questions to Ask Interviewer
Most job seekers as they prepare for an interview are concerned about answering tough questions. Probably because a good deal of interviews feel more like interrogations. At least that's how people usually perceive such meetings. That is why googling common interview questions is the most popular activity among candidates one or two days ...
Questions To Ask Interviewer or How To Impress Employer
A job interview is perceived by most people as an event which one attends to answer tough questions. If answered successfully, the hiring decision is likely to be positive. This then looks like a test of some sort, similar to what students undergo in colleges when they take examinations. However, a job interview is much more than a give-m...
Qualified and Not Hired? Here Are Some Reasons and Fixes...
The job search process gets very exhausting today. People spend hours on sending their application documents to multiple employers but the result is not what job seekers expect (to say the least). And it's one thing when you are not qualified for the jobs applied - then the fix is pretty obvious. But it is another thing when you have done...
Veterans Day: Great Military Transition Tips
With the upcoming Veterans Day, we could not ignore the theme of career challenges for former service members and how we can help them today. These days many people in the United States will talk about honoring military veterans for their willingness to serve the interests of their country for the common good of its people. With the being...
What Really Matters At A Job Interview?
Many job seekers are concerned with resume writing issues: should there be an objective statement or summary, how to list freelance jobs, how many years of experience to include on a resume, and so on. And this is good - that's how they can increase their chances on getting hired. However, your resume will never land you a job directly no...
Preparing for a Job Interview in a Few Hours
We've been sharing many wonderful tips on how to make your job search more effective through targeted resume writing. Probably 85% of all our blog posts are devoted to resume writing recommendations. This reflects the current tendency - job seekers spend so much time crafting their resumes that they forget that this type of document was i...
"What Should We Know That Is Not on Your Resume?"
The job search doesn't end with you being invited for an interview. In fact, this is where actual job hunting starts. Choosing the jobs to apply for and tailoring your resume to match job requirements of each and every opening is preparatory work. The real deal starts when you are invited for a job interview. If you have already been in t...
Job Search and Personality
Whether you are writing your resume or going to a job interview, you probably have employment as your primary target. But both resume and interview meeting is the chance for hiring authorities to evaluate you on several key areas, such as your fit for the opening, professionalism, your interest and personality. Most job seekers choose to ...
Last Test Before Getting Hired: Acing the Interview
Unlike many job seekers believe, resumes are never meant to get them hired. A job interviews is the final test after which the hiring decision is made. Therefore, it all boils down to how well you do at the interview. You can have a great resume and powerful cover letter but they will do no good if you fail at the meeting with the employe...
Don't Ask These Questions at a Job Interview
Resume writing is an important stage of your job search campaign because depending on how well you prepare your main marketing document hiring managers either will invite you for an interview or ignore your job application. However, resume has never been a document that could grant an employment. This kind of decisions are made when after...