Asking the Right Questions at Your Next Interview

Asking the Right Questions at Your Next Interview

A job interview isn’t just about an employer vetting the applicant; it’s also about the applicant vetting the employer. There is no better time to ask some questions, do some digging, and ensure that the position in question is truly a good fit for you. In fact,...
5 Bad Job Interview Habits You Should Break Right Now

5 Bad Job Interview Habits You Should Break Right Now

What’s the point of having a strong resume? Thinking long-term and big-picture, the goal is to get a job—but of course, there’s another step in the process. Before your resume gets you a job it has to get you an interview, and the job interview comes with its own...
The One Job Search Guarantee: You Will Get Googled

The One Job Search Guarantee: You Will Get Googled

Nothing is ever certain in the job search, and there are exceptions to nearly every rule—but there’s one thing we can pretty much promise you: If you’re searching for work, applying for jobs and sending out resumes, you will get Googled by potential employers. And why...
Particular Order: Why Resume Organization Matters

Particular Order: Why Resume Organization Matters

Have you ever known someone who provided you with a list of something—say, favorite movies, favorite books, favorite cocktails, favorite vacation spots—and made clear to you that the list was in no particular order? Well, when making a list, no particular order can be...
Tooting Your Own Horn: Taking Due Credit on Your Resume

Tooting Your Own Horn: Taking Due Credit on Your Resume

While it’s true that your resume should be about showing how you can benefit a future employer, it’s also all about you. It’s your opportunity to showcase what makes you stand out and what you have accomplished. Often job seekers will downplay their achievements...