Weird interview questions are not all that uncommon, and they’re really not all that weird. Companies often design these questions to throw you off your practiced pitch and force you to respond spontaneously. Recruiters often use them to try to uncover the real you, the you that will come out in everyday situations. It is difficult to really get to know someone in an interview setting because we all practice and prepare so much. The seemingly random question can often help recruiters see beyond that practiced facade.
Knowing what a potential employer wants to see on your resume is incredibly nerve wracking. What’s more, trying to find a perfect balance of experience, personality, and how you fit into the job description isn’t easy.
As such, there are some habits that most of us have grown accustomed to but employers don’t necessarily want to see on a resume today. So it’s time for some 2018 resume advice!
For many candidates, it’s that second job interview when the nerves and uncertainty really start to kick in.
Well, sit back and relax. Because we’re about to give you a crash course in “The Second Interview: Everything You Need to Know…”
When it comes to your professional resume, there’s no excuse for poor grammar. While word processing programs have certainly come a long way, nothing beats good ole knowledge.
With that in mind, here are the top 7 grammar mistakes we see in resumes. Just as important, we’ve included tips on how to avoid them.
Generation Z: lazy, self-absorbed, tech-obsessed, and unequipped for the workplace…
OK Generation Z, cue the well-deserved eyeroll. Here’s how you can turn those preconceived lemons into lemonade…