If you’re on the hunt for a job, there’s a possibility you’ll be asked to provide references. This could be in the form of a letter of recommendation, or a phone call made to the contact you’ve provided. In either case, there are specific protocols to follow when asking someone to act as your reference.
A first impression can make or break a job. If you have an in-person interview, you can style your image to be just right, but what if your online resume prevents you from making it to in-person round? When used correctly, LinkedIn is a great tool for landing an in-person interview, or even directly receiving a job offer!
You already have the social media accounts, so you might as well use them to your advantage. And since you’re on the job hunt, why not combine the two? While LinkedIn is the standard digital tool most job seekers use, it doesn’t have to be the only one. It’s time you put your Facebook and Twitter accounts to good use as well! How do you do that? Prepare to find out!
You know it’s coming. It’s practically inevitable. But how do you respond when a potential employer opens the interview with “So, tell me about yourself”? Are there certain things you’re supposed to talk about?
The search is on for Spring internships. However, you can’t move forward with you old resume, or at least not entirely. Each semester demands a new, updated resume to send to employers. Even if you don’t have new job experiences, you’ll have new classes to add to reflect your updated skills. If nothing drastic has changed, what are the key elements in need of editing? Read on to find out.
Sometimes it’s hard to know what to look for in a job. Do you want to be a part of a small team or a large company? Do you prefer a relaxed atmosphere or something a little bit more formal? We’re here to help simplify the process. To figure out your perfect work environment, just remember the ABCD’s of finding a job, explained below.
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