Finding a Job
Job Interview Tips From a Corporate Interviewer
Do you want job interview tips that tell you what an employer is looking for when they
interview job candidates? Imagine the advantage you would have if you knew how the
interviewer wanted you to present your attributes and experience. More ...
The Behavioral Interview - What You Can Expect
The Behavioral Interview is increasingly used by companies for employment selection.
The Behavioral Interview can be intimidating for the job candidate. Prepare for
the interview beforehand by thinking about examples of competencies that the position
may require. More ...
How Social Networking Can Help You Get a Job
It did not take employers or human resources departments long to realize that the same tools that job seekers had been using for years could be used by them to get information about prospective employees. More ...
Finally Help Is Available For Those Over 50
Are you over the age of 50 and looking for a new job? Have you discovered that the
process of job-seeking is much more difficult than you had expected? Is it all too
easy to make excuses: More ...
The Importance of Pre-Employment Background Checks
Research shows that there is an alarming increase of job applicants that are fabricating
credentials. Most employers are conducting pre-employment background checks to assess the
accuracy of the applicant's claims. If an employee is involved in a crime while conducting
company business, their employer may be found liable for damages for negligent hiring. More ...
The Best Jobs for College Students
Having a job while still in college can prove you are a responsible individual, give you valuable references, and earn money to cover for your expenses. Here are the best jobs for college students. More ...
When Volunteering Helps Your Job Search
Sometimes, volunteering is a decision that is made because one wishes to give back to their
community or wants to feel the warmth of helping others. While others undertake volunteering
for a different reason - furthering their job search efforts. More ...
Let the Pros Handle It
When it comes to looking for a job, most people take the Lone Ranger approach. They rely
on themselves to figure out what they want to do, write their resume, prepare for
interviews, and create a job search strategy. More ...
Are Headhunters calling you... or ignoring you?
In my former life as a recruiter (also affectionately referred to as "headhunter") I
received hundreds of resumes a week from all parts of the country. The statement
that a person's resume gets a 15 second read is not far from the truth. More ...
The Five-Hour Corporate Interview - Survival Tips
Imagine your surprise when a prospective employer asks you to come in and interview for
not one, not two, but FIVE hours of interviewing. Five hours... can they really do that? More ...
Making the Most of a Job Fair
Before the Job Fair find out what businesses will be there. The more information you can
gather beforehand, the more successful the job fair is going to be for you. Find out what
businesses are going to be at the job fair, and spend some time doing some research about them. More ...
Unemployment - A Golden Opportunity
When I was unemployed, I did the only thing that I could do - besides keep looking for a
job. I made myself more valuable. That is right; I became more valuable while I was
unemployed. How did I do that? I increased my education. More ...