Most corporate job openings receive about 250 résumés, so you may be interested in showcasing your professional talents using something other than a sheet of paper.
It’s time for your interview. You’re ready for the open-ended and the impossible-to-answer questions they’ll use to stump you. But are you prepared to ask questions as well?
Finding the right job is an art and it also requires you knowing yourself and what you like and what you want out of a career.
So you’re ready for a raise, huh? Being prepared is the key to successfully asking for — and getting — the raise you deserve.
Trade shows are where industry experts and professionals gather to network, show off their wares, and close business deals. Whether you have a great idea you’re looking to introduce to the public or just want to break into the industry, trade shows are where to do it.
Choosing the right career is a delicate balancing act. Since you’ll want to have a long, successful career, you’ll want to choose a profession that lines up with your skills, abilities and interests.
Before you can land that dream job, you have to impress the hiring manager. And before you ever get to meet that person, you have to impress the computerized Applicant Tracking System and the human being who decides if your cover letter and resume merit more than a six-second review.
In 2009, I graduated with my bachelor’s degree in journalism along with several of my friends. Despite working our tails off for that piece of paper, many of us are working in fields completely unrelated to our degrees.
For many school districts it can be difficult to provide courses that enable all students to challenge themselves. It’s not that educators aren’t…