Preparing for an interview involves a number of steps, including developing answers to potential questions and conducting your own research about the company. Looking good with the right answers is important, but having your own questions ready for the employer can elevate your interview. Showcase your thought process You spend most of the interview discussing
Too often scheduling a job interview is where the prep and evaluation time ends for a candidate. Because of this, they can face a hard reality when they walk out of the interview feeling inadequate and unqualified. Instead of leaving it to chance, consider these evaluation techniques to help you in your next interview. Start
A resume is the first and only impression your potential employer will have of you in the first round of recruiting, so taking the time to construct a great resume is crucial. Below are some tips on how to write a resume that will get you the interview. Concise and Precise In order to ensure
Recently candidates have been experimenting with resume formats in order to distinguish themselves. Infographic resumes have become one of the more common designs, but Hiring Managers across different industries have opposing views on how they portray candidates. So, in what instances do infographic resumes put you ahead, and when do they negatively represent you?
When actively searching for a job, a commonly overlooked tool is your personal brand. Candidates with a personal brand stand out amongst those who don’t, leveraging your search. A personal brand can showcase your accomplishments across your entire life, versus a resume that only displays your professional achievements. For example, if you are head of