It’s easy to get bogged down worrying about all the things you could get wrong during a job interview. Here are some simple tips to help you stop worrying and start getting results from your job interviews.
While first impressions mean everything, sometimes what you don’t say can make as much difference as the words you speak.
“What’s the point of studying if I’ve already got a job?” you might ask. But, the real question you should ask yourself is “Do I want a career or just a job?”.
I know a fair bit about schools. I have attended at least ten educational institutions since I was five years old. I have studied on- and off- campus, online and in-person, freshman and as a senior, technical and academic. Given I’m a self-proclaimed expert, I thought I'd share my top five signs of a quality training institute.
Everyone can empathize with how nerve-racking attending an interview can be: facing a panel of strangers would be intimidating even without your livelihood being at stake. The key to a smooth, painless, and relatively nerve-free interview is careful planning and preparation.
A resume is your personal advertisement. Almost every employer requires one and will use it to get a better idea of whether you are suited to their role.