This question is concerned with creating my resume. I majored in Computer Information Systems and minored in Philosophy. In my experience, these two fields of study, besides the logic aspect, are mostly opposite in terms of thinking. I'm obviously concentrated on applying for IT related jobs. Would a hiring manager for an IT position even care about my minor? Perhaps it was a waste of time, but I certainly enjoy the topic. Anyhow, should I even bother putting my minor on my resume? Could it help my chances of getting a job, or even possibly hurt them?
You should definitely add the Philosophy minor on the resume, for a few reasons that I could think of.
1. In many companies hiring technical talent, it's important to find individuals with not…
I have visible tattoos. Should I be worried about this for my upcoming interviews? I love my tattoos and would prefer not to always have to hide them when at work. My school's career counselor said I should consider covering them for my interviews. I'm about to graduate Magna Cum Laude and the places I've interned didn't seem to have problem. Thanks for your help.
Good question. Thanks for asking it.
Acceptance of visible tatoos is very dependent upon the company, company culture, work environment, and job type/roll. Some companies will be perfectly…
I am currently a freshman in college, and I am applying for an internship. On the application, one section is about education but there is no place where I can write that I am currently enrolling. Am I allowed write my college in the education section, or am I not allowed as I have not graduated? Thanks!
I think that you are perfectly fine to write your current education in the application. All you should do is note in there somewhere that you are currently enrolled and still pursuing your degree. …View all answers »
What are the top 5 interview questions and good responses to them?
(1) "So ... Why don't you tell me a little about yourself?" A lot of times, organizations will disguise the information they are really asking for by asking a seemingly generic question. Companies don't want…View all answers »
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