Archive for March, 2014
If you had an interview and are waiting weeks for the callback, here are some things to consider if you’re afraid that your performance during the interview was less than stellar.
It’s a fact of life: some dream jobs are more difficult to pursue than others.
The relationship you establish with your recruiter is important, and here are a six don’ts (and their alternatives) when it comes to communicating with him or her.
After you’ve finished up your final days as an undergraduate, you’ll need to start looking for full-time employment to start you career. One of the most important aspects of finding work is the interview process, where you may find yourself in salary negotiations with the recruiter or hiring manager. These conversations can make or break [...]
There’s no better time than your undergrad years to start to establish various leadership habits and garner some managerial positions to add to your resume.
When you’re interviewing with a company that wants to hire graduates, you need to make sure you’re in top form. Interviews and sit-downs with recruiters can be the difference between landing gainful employment after graduation or twiddling your thumbs in your room all summer long. It’s far better to be proactive during your final months [...]
In this day and age, simply earning a degree doesn’t always get you the career you want right away.
While most of your interview preparation for premium entry level jobs and paid internships should be done days in advance of your meeting, you’ll no doubt want to ready yourself a bit right before you walk through the office front door.