Don’t risk losing an opportunity because of a careless, even lazy, mistake… Use these tips to keep your next job interview mistake free.
Being the one applicant, out of hundreds, who sent a handwritten note could make a big difference in whether or not you get hired for a position. I’ve even heard of employers holding onto the notes they receive, for years, as a reminder of those who have so impressed them.
So you’ve found your dream company. You’ve spent hours reading their website, blogs, and social media outlets. You want a job at this company so badly that you’ve even had dreams about working there!
You can get an ‘in’ at this company, score some networking contacts and enhance your career, all with one phone call!
2012 is finally here and like many people, I’ve made a few resolutions for myself. First and foremost, my main goal is to find a job and get my professional career started.
This is a daunting task, but even more stressful when I think to add my internship, full course load and extracurricular activities into the mix.
If you’re a job seeker like me, I’m sure you’re feeling overwhelmed as well. Luckily, your job hunt can be made a little easier if your stick to one main organizational tactic this year.