Chances are that in the coming weeks, you’ll be tempted to attend an on-campus job fair at your college or university.
Great idea! But let’s get you prepared first…
What is the first thing that pops up when people Google you? You really should know. Why? Because that is where employers go to check you out first, even before they email you.
The successful careerists and entrepreneurs at the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) know this, and they’ve brought some online branding tips just for you by answering this question…
How can a job seeker impress during a group interview with your team?
We asked the members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) for their advice…
It’s a new year and new beginning for your career. Especially for young professionals. To help you get started with the best new year career advice, we asked members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) this question:
“What is the best beginning of the year career advice you have for young professionals?”
Many recruiters, hiring managers, and HR pros feel that communication skills are the most important traits an applicant can highlight during a job search.
But how do you improve your communication skills?
Everyone spends so much time worrying about their resume, cover letter, interview prep, online personal branding, and numerous other job search tools. But many people forget the most commonly misused career tool of them all: a timeless professional headshot. Because in the end, a selfie taken on your smartphone that represents who you are now, won’t grow and continue to represent your brand. We asked several members of the Young Entrepreneur Council to relate their experiences with a timeless professional headshot. Here’s what they had to say: Think About Your Personal Brand Have you ever noticed how some professionals will