When it comes to interviews for employment, no matter the industry, there are 4 tips (in my opinion) that always help out. Relax. When you're being yourself and trying too hard, most people come off too stiff, or too quiet. Its vitial to optimistic and easy going in am interview (remember be proffesional.) However if you can make them laugh, they're sure to remember you. Clean up. It usually goes without saying that taking pride in ones... see more
Like many, I have been in the unfortunate situation of abruptly finding myself without a job. I don't mind telling you, in the moment, it's a completely demoralizing experience. When this did happen to me, there were a few steps I took so I could move forward productively:
1) I was gracious -- I thanked my employer for the opportunity and offered to expedited any needed transition. Why was I so nice? I don't believe in burning bridges... see more
Have you ever heard of the daily podcast, “Snacks Daily?” It's a hilariously entertaining way to learn about tech and financial news. You'll get tips on which companies are innovating and hiring. It pairs perfectly with your commute, workout, or morning oatmeal ritual.
Have you ever heard of the daily podcast,
Snacks Daily? It's a hilariously entertaining way to learn about tech and financial news. You'll get tips on which companies are innovating and hiring. It pairs perfectly with your commute, workout, or morning oatmeal ritual.
I enjoyed this quick read and agree with a lot of the advice listed in how to explain a gap in your work experience. One thing to remember, it's quite common to have a gap in your resume...life happens to everyone...but it's how you frame it to a recruiter or hiring manager that determines how quickly you can get back to work.
I’ve been unemployed for 4 mos and can’t seem to get a job. I’ve gone on countless interviews with no success. I knew around the holidays things would get quiet but it’s middle-Jan and haven’t heard anything. I’m starting to get nervous I won’t find anything. It’s a horrible feeling.
I think I may know why I haven’t found steady employment or get an interview. It may be because my resume indicates that I job hop. But this was a result of me being let go from temp jobs and for a year I haven’t been able to get out. What can I do? I can’t seem to convince anyone.
Not sure what i was doing wrong ... got interviewed at 8 on-site interviews so far from last 11 months and not able to get a single job...trying harder and smarter... I asked each one of them for a fair review to find the missing piece of the puzzle and none of them really helped, i get the usual response
I think we found the better candidate who match with our current requirement...I am sick of it .. not going anywhere and instead of moving... see more
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