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
There isn't a point in interviewing if you are not going to follow up Should you or shouldn’t you send a thank you email Do you send a thank you note after every networking meeting or job interview? If you answered yes, you are a fast tracker. If you answered no, you are working against yourself. For the … Continue reading How to leverage a thank you email after the interview
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
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.
She isn't letting the holidays stop her December is the month where we hear a consistent theme from job seekers. During the holidays, we hear of plans to take a break from two activities that require absolute discipline: diets and the job search. We won't give you advice on your diet, but our advice on … Continue reading December job search, what recruiters really think about hiring.