You have entered your interview. Everything is going very well. You think you’ve nailed every question they have thrown at you. You are confident that the job is yours. Then this happens…
Your LinkedIn profile is an online representation of yourself that employers will often see before meeting for the first interview. Like a first impression, it is important that your LinkedIn showcases the abilities and persona you would like employers to see.
Most people overlook their small, part-time, summer jobs. But why overlook a rather small job when the value of it is huge!
Looking for a job but not sure where to start? Here are the top five sites millennials are using to look for jobs!
Written by Duncan McNair
Top 5 Stunning Business Card Design Tips
So you’re getting ready to graduate with a degree in ________! Now what? Here are tips to find the perfect entry-level job that complements your major.
With an increase in applicants and new technology, recruiters have turned to Applicant Tracking Software’s to sift through applications and choose the few that they deem are actually worth looking at. And now you’re thinking, “Well how do I get my application to stand out when it gets processed through this software?” The answer to that question starts with a t-chart. You want to first begin by making a t-chart of the company’s ideal candidate based off of the information given in the job posting, and what you have to offer that matches their requirements.