The No. 1 mistake made my job seekers isn’t a secret. But at some point in their careers, many do it anyway.
It something that is so alluring that it’s almost irresistible. It preys upon our hope… and our fears at the same time. It builds us up… only to see us come crashing down.
What is this heart-breaking mistake?
Many job seekers are confused about how hiring works, and, specifically, about how to work with recruiters. As with most everything associated with job search, things aren’t as simple or straight forward as they seem.
And yet, many job seekers make some bad assumptions about them – and how to work with them… including these three that can sabotage your job search:
So many career fairs… so many ill-prepared job seekers.
Even with weeks to prepare, the No. 1 complaint from employers and recruiters after a job fairs? The lack of preparation by the attendees. From improper dress to a limp handshake, and from the lack of an effective elevator pitch and failure to research the exhibiting employers, some job seekers just never seem ready…
Even if you’re tapped into your university’s career center and job board, finding an internship is a major challenge for most college students and recent grads.
The reality is: most internship postings aren’t advertised on popular job boards, including your career center’s. Which means that when it comes to finding an internship that fits your interests and professional needs, you must be innovative…