Ah, Google. No.1 on Fortune’s ‘Best Companies to Work For’ list six different times. A job-seeker’s fantasy… the ultimate job!
Too bad they only hire computer science majors, right? Wrong!
Graduation time is upon us again… which means approximately 4 million college graduates are about to descend on the job market, each hoping to make that great first impression.
But what exactly makes a great first impression? What do we have to to really impress a recruiter or hiring manager?
We each have our own personality types… some of us are more adventurous and gregarious… while others are more low-key and appreciate structure.
So why not, as this infographic from Truity says, pick the best career based on how we think, our values, our preferred lifestyle and how we interact with others?
Very few aspects of adult life are more distressing than the job interview – perhaps because so much depends on the result.
Yet all the advice out there about job interviews seems to go right past practical wisdom to the high-end stuff that might make a difference if everything else goes perfectly. With that in mind, here are 10 real-world tips to help you rock your interview…
Here’s what the most successful young careerists have learned since the economy changed way back in 2008:
The perfect job isn’t going to find you… and toss itself upon a silver platter in front of you. To achieve your ideal career, you must engage in techniques that will catapult you toward success…
Many dream of landing the perfect job. But do we really know what that means?
Is it a specific company? The size of the company, or the location? Successful work-life integration? Four-day work weeks? Maybe a casual dress-code and Friday happy hours?
Surprisingly enough, ultimately our vision of a “dream job” has little or nothing to do with those things. Instead, for many successful careerists, it comes down to one thing: doing meaningful work.