A very important key to job interview success is knowing when to stop talking. First, we usually learn more when we listen rather than when we talk. As the old saying goes, two ears — but only one mouth — for a reason.
Secondly, much damage can be done inadvertently when you share TMI (Too Much Information) in your job interviews…
Recruiters are in a “war for talent” and have been for several years. The basis of that war? Being the first to find candidates qualified for their job openings.
Here’s how you can become an easy-to-hire candidate… and help recruiters win war for talent.
It’s surprising how poorly email is used for job search. Remember whenever you are in any interaction with a potential employer — what you do in your job search is viewed as a “sample” of your work.
So, show them your best!
The reason for a long post-interview waiting period has little to do with you. Or it could have everything to do with you.
Here’s are just some the reasons an employer takes so long to respond…
Smart bragging is a requirement for job search success today. Unfortunately, many of us are not comfortable bragging about our career accomplishments.
We have been taught that bragging is not polite or smart, right?
Bringing yourself to the attention of hiring professionals is a very good way to earn your next job offer.
Here are 5 ways to find that Very Important Person who helps you make that connection to the right job for you…