More often than not, when it comes to job searching, many qualified individuals are at least minimally aware of the do’s and don’ts of securing a position. As important as this base knowledge may be, however, we must also come to recognize the significant distinction between landing a job and landing one’s dream job.
Have you been feeling like your job is going nowhere? Has it been years since your last promotion? If so, you might be looking for some career advice that can help you boost your career and land the promotion of your dreams.Continue reading
With Christmas and New Years just around the corner, it’s easy to want to hit the pause button on your job search. It’s common for people to take a break from the job hunt during this time, and that’s exactly why you shouldn’t.Continue reading
An interviewer’s job is to hire the best person for a given position, and in their search for the right candidate, many will ask you to make your case with one of the following questions:
- Why should we hire you?
- Why are you the right fit for the position?
- What can you bring to the position that other candidates can’t?
- Why do you want this job?
It’s a universal truth that no one likes to be broken up with. Breakups can be difficult, messy, and awkward. In the world of business, resigning from a job, especially one you have been doing for a long time, can in many ways resemble a breakup. So, just like a breakup, a resignation should be handled respectfully, with tact, and above all, you should do what you can to minimize the damage. It’s always best to leave on amicable terms, no matter why you’re resigning, and here are a few reasons why.Continue reading