It’s time to take a trip on the “way back when” time machine. Today, we’re going back to that day in junior high where Ms. Periwinkle preached on about the dangers of writing in the passive voice.
Don’t worry… your resume, cover letter, and job prospects will thank you for taking the trip.
Avoid excessive wordiness or long and elaborate tales of your job history. Employers want also to know what you have to offer. And they want to know why you would make a great fit.
All in a single sentence.
So what do you do if you’ve thrown seemingly hundreds of resumes out there, but still aren’t getting any bites?
For some handy advice, and ultimately job interview success, read on!
While your last year at the hallowed halls of education will no doubt be filled with numerous exams, events, and reason for celebrations, the event also marks your transition from a student to the workforce.
So savvy job seekers know that waiting until you’ve thrown your cap and returned from your post-graduation vacation to start that job search will probably leave you behind the ball.
One of the favorite questions of interviewers across industries and job positions is asking candidates to name their personal and professional strengths and weaknesses.
Here, we’ve compiled some simple exercises, questions, and prompts. Our goal: help you tackle this pivotal portion of the interview with ease…