Many of us seem to make networking much more difficult than it need be. We focus on quantity over quality, for instance; we seem to think that shaking more hands and collecting more business cards is more important than shaking the right hands and generating enough interest in us to be asked for our business cards.
That is where this simple infographic from CareerBliss comes into play…
As Skype and Google+ Hangout interviews continue to grow in popularity, job seekers are learning there is little difference between a video interview and the in-person variety.
In fact, many of the steps – from how you dress, to preparation, to proper eye contact and effective follow-up – are now exactly the same as if you were walking into the office and talking face-to-face…
Think you know everything there is to know about Millennial workers?
Well, get your “I didn’t know that!” face on! Because as this infographic from Bentley University shows, we have some surprises for you:
Would you answer, or even look at, your phone during a job interview? Would you slouch in the chair as you answered questions? Would you lie just to make yourself seem more qualified?
As shown in this infographic from Stevens-Henager College, these blunders, and more, are among what employers consider to be the most common job interview mistakes…
Everyone knows they are coming: those pain-in-the-butt job interview questions like “tell me about yourself” and that whole “greatest weakness” thing.
But what if you could prepare so well that those questions – and many more just like them – went from being a source of anxiety to a never-ending supply of confidence?