No matter how well you did, most of us can’t help but feel a little shaken after an interview. But it doesn’t have to be this way! Here are a few smart ways to improve not just how you interview—but how you’ll feel about it after the fact.
Interviews aren’t ever easy, but interviewing with a good friend adds a whole new layer of awkwardness to the process. Here are a few rules to help things go smoothly.
Ever addressed a cover letter “Dear Madame” or fudged the one-page rule? Before you start penning your next attempt, consider these five common cover letter mistakes—and learn how to turn them into successes.
Have a few different jobs—or even career paths—on your resume, and finding it difficult to explain to hiring managers? Read on for smart strategies to position yourself as the right person for the job, no matter how many twists and turns you’ve taken.
Interviewing with a start-up? You have two goals: to present yourself as the right candidate and to make sure you actually want the job. Here are a few smart strategies that will help you do both.
It’s not uncommon: You get called in by a recruiter who wants to “talk about your background,” and you schedule an interview without really knowing what you’re applying for! Read on for smart advice for knocking the mystery interview out of the park.
It happens: You get invited to interview for a job you’re just not that stoked about. But while getting your suit ironed and resume printed seems like a drag, heading to that interview anyway is definitely worth your time.