Awareness of yourself, your community, and the company’s global impact may not immediately come to mind as being of the utmost importance.
However, each of these three levels of awareness can be pivotal in improving your chances of finding a great career during your job search.
Job references might seem like a formality, but to hiring managers they’re invaluable. In fact, a professional reference can make or break your ability to land a job.
You’ve graduated from college and completed your internships. Now you’re ready to market your skills to the business world… or are you?
How does your job search readiness stack up?
When it comes to salary negotiation, experts will tell you to postpone such discussions until you’ve been offered the job.
That does not mean you should wait until that time to craft your negotiation story.
As challenging as a job search is today, sometimes a job offer rejection is necessary.
Perhaps the location or salary is wrong, the people don’t feel like the kind of people you want to work with, or you have already accepted a job somewhere else…