Archive for October, 2013
Instead of interpreting body language and replaying the interview endlessly in your mind, make it a point to be sure that you and your interviewer remain on the same page.
If you’re in the job hunting game and need some advice but don’t want to waste time, consider these 15 tips.
Recently, the Experience team had the pleasure of hosting a panel of highly diversified campuses to discuss technology in career services for an college IT audience. First, we want to thank our panelists for lending their unique perspectives: Eileen Bauer-Hagerbaumer of SUNY Binghamton Erin Fortuna of Macomb Community College Eileen Wisnewski of Providence College We [...]
Grad school has increasingly become the butt of jokes recently. Amid the financial turmoil starting in 2008, plenty of recent and not-so-recent graduates with bachelor’s degrees ran to grad school in order to avoid the job market for several years and hopefully emerge more employable than ever. But grad school isn’t a joke – it’s [...]
Follow these five steps to find your path to a better internship.
For employers and job seekers both, recruiters are sometimes a necessity.
Remember when you were a kid and went back-to-school shopping with your parents? Well, those days are long gone – but that doesn’t stop plenty of people from doing new job shopping. Understand one thing upfront: There’s no need to go shopping for your new job. However, there are some essentials you should have. Whether [...]
Not everyone who adores literature dreams of being the next Stephen King, J.D. Salinger or J.K. Rowling – many of them just want to aid writers in their craft and help the deserving voices find a podium.
ERE turned to the engineering industry to figure out what it is that keeps successful engineering internships going, and it turns out that they all share one thing in common, which is ignoring the whole “intern” thing, generally.
Simply put, cities are best for internships – they’re stacked with Fortune 500 veterans, non-profit organizations and plenty of skyrocketing young startups that could be the next Google.
There are plenty of internships that can take place out in the rural parts of the world.
According to ERE, what employers need to is find the happy medium between what industry experts call hard and soft skills.
Many hiring managers and recruiters tend to break down down job candidates into a series of hard and soft skills.