Successful informational interviews are a great way to learn more about a career you are considering or an employer who interests you.
Informational interviews, done well, mean a successful job search… and career!
Other sections of your resume – like the experience, education, and employment history – are important.
But the skills section is your best opportunity to tell future employers who you are, what you can do, and what you, specifically, will bring to the job…
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…
A career fair can be an invaluable tool for graduates seeking employment. Unfortunately, they’ve also gained a bit of a reputation as a timesuck.
So how do you make sure you get the most out of the experience? How can you prepare yourself for a successful career fair? What does success look like?
Early in your career, paving your professional path can be daunting. Even with a slew of jobs posted daily, options get overwhelming quickly if you can’t narrow your focus down to what you really want.
But fret not. Here are three smart strategies that will jump-start your career journey, get your foot on the right side of the door… and help land your dream job.
Whether you just started looking for a new job or you have been searching for a while, you know that the job hunt can be an extensive and exhausting progress. There are those who beat the search… and those who let the search beat them.