I'm pursuing a bachelor in computer applications now, but I don't want an IT job. It's too hectic and the pay isn't that great either. Any recommendation on what I should study after graduation? Pursue a masters? Any suggestions on where to start?
A Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Applications is a broad degree so there are options you can choose beyond just an IT job. It really depends on what you like to do, what elective courses you have taken…View all answers »
I am trying to improve my grammar. Any suggestions on how I can develop my grammar?
If you are still in college, try taking 1 or 2 of the English courses to learn to structure your grammar.
Second, try reading more books in your spare time like time period books that uses a lot…
English is not my first language. How can I work to perfect my communication in English?
I would recommend checking out some of the different online learning modules for learning to speak English. Many times, local communities or community colleges will offer language classes.…
I'm applying to a large corporation that has multiple locations. Is it appropriate to use the main Headquarters address on my cover letter? My concern is the HR department or Recruiting Representative may be in one location, the Headquarters in another and the position I'm applying for is in another?
Often times companies have locations around the world. Addressing your cover letter to the Corporate office is completely fine, and very common at that. Be sure that within your letter you mention…
I'm graduating in Fall16 with an information systems degree from a business school. I already accepted a job offer with a fortune 100 company that starts in August of 2017. However, I also received a job interview with one of the big 3 IT companies. Is it ethical for me to interview with the IT company - just to see my options? If I got the job and decided to take it, how would the first company react?
This is a tricky question for a company to answer.
On a hiring manager perspective of the offer you accepted, knowing you already accepted the offer is a good sign of faith that you will be starting…
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