I have the occasional client who pauses when they are told the investment level of a great cover letter.
Why so much, they wonder. Is a cover letter really that important?
A very hot topic with my clients lately has been career networking. Particularly with those who consider themselves to be an introvert.
Not sure if you are an extrovert, introvert or ambivert (like me!)?
Getting recruited isn’t a mystery; you just need to quickly convey to the job recruiter that you have these five resume must haves. Each recruiter will only spend about six seconds reading a potential applicant’s resume. Six seconds. While conveying your persuasive work history in this length of time could seem daunting, it doesn’t have to be. Recruiters who read resumes aren’t doing anything surprising: if your resume seems like it could persuade a hiring manager, they’ll forward it on. If it doesn’t, they’ll reject it. It’s that simple. Here are resume five must haves to ensure your application makes it into
Interviewers often ask weird interview questions to ascertain a candidate’s abilities and personality. In fact, it’s because of their obscure nature that these questions force you to think on your feet. That’s why weird interview questions are becoming increasingly common in job interviews. When it comes to odd questions, here are five that really take the cake and what they actually mean.
Great employers invest in their employees, follow through on their promises, and encourage greatness.
Bad employers push you aside and see you as disposable…