A remote job may seem like a dream come true. But you need to ace the interview first.
Now, thanks to this infographic from Hubstaff that focuses on how to perform well for an interview for a remote job, you can.
Welcome to the job search, new grads! And the starting point for many? A new version of your resume. But where to start? And how do you know if you’ve gotten it right?
Sounds like you need a resume writing guide…
At certain key moments in your career, you need to display confidence in yourself and your abilities. Introverts might find that difficult. That’s why we’ve offered our advice to help introverts show confidence in in everything from networking to job interviews. But what happens when all of that is behind you. You landed the job! Now it’s time to face one of the most stressful situations of all… the first day.
You’ve worked hard all day long, done a lot, and almost reached your daily goals. Then you glance at the clock and realize only 10 minutes remain in the day. You begin to rush through tasks. As a result, mistakes are made and details forgotten.
Surely, there has got to be a better way to end your work day…
After college students complete an internship, many hope they receive for an offer for a full-time gig. After all, they’ve researched the company, put in some time, and learned the ropes.
Employers often feel the same way. From their perspective: why go through a lengthy candidate search when they already have a known quantity right in front of them?
When you want to discover the lay of the land, nothing beats an informational interview.
You know: interviews with experienced professionals that that don’t result in a job, but knowledge. A chance to have an insightful conversation with someone in the industry, company or position or a company that interests you…