Why negotiating multiple job offers is a good thing There are a couple of common themes we see over and over when we work with job seekers. Most candidates avoid putting themselves in a situation where they are comparing multiple job offers. Candidates will interview with multiple companies all the time. When we see one … Continue reading Why you should pursue multiple offers, even when you don’t want the job
Preparing for the job interview, job interview questions
New Years Resolution Can you answer the standard job interview questions? A few weeks ago, we talked about our New Years resolutions. We also discussed job searches and creating a checklist for your job search. The difference between an efficient job search and an inefficient job search will boil down to how methodical and organized … Continue reading Preparing for the job interview, job interview questions
Did you slow down your job search in December? Economy adds jobs in December.
Effective job search starts with modern tools Are you conducting an effective job search? When we go on tour, we often receive raised eyebrows when we give job search and career advice. It makes sense because our advice usually goes against conventional practices. We are used to the skepticism and understand why candidates have doubts. … Continue reading Did you slow down your job search in December? Economy adds jobs in December.
New Years Resolution needs a Job Search Checklist
A job search checklist will make your job search easier and more efficient. The critical steps hiring managers need to see that most candidates miss.
College student networking
College student networking Today's post is for college students who are looking to level up their networking skills. Specifically, getting noticed so you can land the interview. A couple of times a year, we visit a few of the local colleges and talk about interviewing and resume writing. We founder-entrepreneurial friend who also visits college campuses. … Continue reading College student networking