Tagged: Finding a job

5 Questions to Ask in Every Interview

Questions are the keys to a successful interview. As a candidate, asking well-thought out questions is just as important as your response to the interviewer’s questions. If you are just asking, “what are the hours?” or “what is the pay?” you are not asking enough. Make the most of your opportunity to ask questions, and […]

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The Worst Career Advice We’ve Ever Heard

Anyone working in HR or recruiting probably has great stories and experiences they’ve encountered throughout their career.  Whether it involves employees or employers, there is very little that will surprise us.  But every now and again we hear something and we are dumbfounded! Just when we think we’ve seen it all, something will make us […]

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5 Tools Every Job Seeker Should Be Using

If you are currently in the market for a new job, you have probably noticed that there are a ton of resources online to help you find a new position. Long gone are the days where you faxed your resume to an ad you saw in the local print newspaper!  Today’s sophisticated job seeker has […]

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LinkedIn Advice for College Students

It’s hard to deny that internships are important for succeeding after the bubble of “college life” pops and you need to find a job after graduation. Planning ahead and getting work experience is the best way to avoid the dreaded question, “So what do you want to do with your life?” One way to start […]

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