In today’s digital age, job interviews have transitioned from in-person meetings to virtual encounters. We foresee that staying the same in the future. While the setting may have changed, one crucial aspect remains the same: the significance of body language. Body language is a form of communication. Many job seekers underestimate the power of non-verbal communication during virtual interviews, assuming that only their words matter. However, hiring managers still pay close attention to your body language, even through the screen. Here’s why it’s crucial to be mindful of your body language during virtual job interviews.
Are you in the beginning phases of your job search or right smack in the middle and not getting any hits? It could very well be your resume. Crafting resumes can be one of the most daunting steps in the job-hunting process. It can be tedious and meticulous, but having a strong resume is necessary to getting a hiring manager’s attention. For many job seekers, creating or updating a resume can be very challenging. There’s an art to resume writing, and it’s very well possible to master this craft. We want to help ensure you find ease in the process, so check out three tips for crafting a stellar resume.
Looking for a job is stressful and time-consuming enough without scammers flooding your inbox and wasting your time. While most opportunities you’ll find are legit, scammers are always out there scamming, so job seekers need to be vigilant about who they interact with and give their information to. How can you identify a scam from a real job listing? Here are four red flags to look out for.
Are you getting ready to find a better career opportunity or launch your summer job search? Whatever you have coming down the pipeline, investing some time in a bit of prep work before you start your search will give you a better chance at finding your dream job.
Job gap? Resignations? Terminations?
You can be sure that “questionable” items in your history will be brought up during the interview. The key to getting the job is knowing how to answer these questions with an eye towards giving a satisfactory answer and then moving on to a more positive subject. Here are tips for addressing certain items in your job history.
Spring is here, and in addition to planting your garden, it’s time to grow your career. It takes preparation and consistent care to get a bountiful harvest, and the same can be said about nourishing a flourishing career. What you do today will help you get the job you want tomorrow. Here is a four step plan watch your career goals blossom. Continue reading “Cultivate Your Career: Plant Seeds that Will Allow a Garden of Opportunities to Grow”
What’s your idea of a “dream job?” If you have that itch to try something new, it’s a question worth pondering before launching a job search. Because your wants and needs evolve, what you considered your ultimate career goals may have changed over time. One of the best ways to pin down what you really want from your job is to ask yourself the following questions: Continue reading “Want To Find Your Dream Job? Here Are Three Questions You Must Ask Yourself”
A thank you card is a critical component in not only showing a Hiring Manager that you appreciate the time they took interviewing you, but also that you are excited about the prospects of working for their company. In fact, a recent study showed that 75 percent of interviewers said that receiving a thank-you letter from a candidate does play a factor in their hiring decisions. When it comes to getting the maximum impact out of your post-interview thank you cards, here are four things you need to know. Continue reading “The Four Things You Need To Know About Thank You Cards For Your Job Interview”