Should you answer the illegal interview question? Your mom and your local HR rep would tell you that you don’t have to answer illegal interview questions. Here at CareerTracker, we say “Answer the question. Don't think twice, just answer the question!" Treat the question as if this were any other interview question”. We don’t just … Continue reading Illegal Job Interview Questions. How to handle the career ending landmine
Prioritizing your job experience Most resume's list a long history of work experience. In some cases, 10 plus years. Little known fact: You will be hired for your most recent experience. For most candidates, experience in the last 3-5 years will be the most relevant to the job of interest. If you are applying for … Continue reading How to match your job experience to the position of interest
Is the thank you card the way to go? Email or handwritten note? Last week we blogged about whether or not you should send a thank you note after a job interview. You can read about the effect a well-written thank you note can have here. Just as importantly, you can read about the impression candidates … Continue reading Thank you email or hand written note? A recruiter explains which one is more effective
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
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.