New Year Resolutions for Job Seekers
The new year is coming and it’s a good time to plan your career search for 2016. Below are a few examples of new year resolutions for job seekers. I will work on building relationships with my recruiter by helping him/her as much as they help me I will meet three new people a […]Read more
How “Mirroring” Can Help Your Interview
Imagine being in a conversation with a friend. You may share the same posture, hand gestures and tone. This is called mirroring. This subconsciously helps those in conversation to maintain a rapport through similarities in body language. Establishing good rapport is important in interviews and the mirroring technique may help you make everyone feel at […]Read more
What To Wear To An Interview
Many companies follow a business casual dress code, but that doesn’t mean you should dress down for an interview. The “proper” interview attire of a decade ago has changed. So how do you know what’s appropriate to wear for your next interview? The Ladders have compiled a list of four questions to ask yourself the […]Read more
Personal Website or Resume?
Your interviewer usually has your resume long before you walk in the door, all thanks to technology. Technology gives job seekers more opportunities to get creative in today’s competitive job market. One way to stand out from the resume crowd is to create a personal website for your job search. CareerBliss points out the ease […]Read more