It’s all very well to know what to do and what to avoid in a job interview. But we all know the hardest part isn’t looking or sounding the part. The difficulty comes with all those tricky questions the interviewers throw at you.
Recently we discussed what you should do during an interview to enhance your chances of success. But just as important as what you should do is knowing what you should never do, unless you want to instantly destroy your chances of getting hired.
It’s the age-old debate: university vs. technical college. Which is better? They both have their pros and cons depending on your situation, but when it comes to adult learners, career school has some obvious advantages.
Information technology (IT) is a dynamic industry and a great place to start building a vibrant, exciting, and long-lasting career. Since technology changes so quickly, there is a great need for a highly motivated workforce willing to keep up with the changes in the industry. If you’re looking to make a new start in your career and are willing to learn, you will quickly rise through the ranks in any IT department in any company.
No matter what industry or what size the company, every single organization requires someone to manage their accounts and finances. If you have a knack for numbers and computers, a career as an Accounting Clerk could be in order.
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.
By taking the time to create a template for your resume, you’ll find it easier to adapt to the jobs that come your way. If you are writing your resume for the first time or if your existing one is ready for a revamp, formatting your resume correctly will ensure it is well-presented and easy to read. A good-looking and well laid out resume will catch the eye of potential employers, no matter your skills or experience.