Completing one or more internships while you’re in school can be a great way to gain work experience ahead of graduation. This work experience can also help give you an edge over other students when looking for your first full-time job. Finding an internship can be difficult though considering how many other students are vying for the same opportunities.Read More
After investing many hours on your application and interviews for your dream job, hearing ‘no’ can be frustrating and demotivating. Regardless of your qualifications and preparation, sometimes you won’t be selected for the job. As difficult as it is, rejection can be beneficial if you take the time to learn from it. Once you’ve regrouped your morale, here are some things you can do to bounce back from rejection:Read More
Preparation is key here, if for no other reason than to focus your mind on something other than your nervousness. But what to prepare, and how to prepare?Read More
Phone interviews can be fun and a great way to practice for the in-person interview. Much of the success of a phone interview comes from practicing being natural.
Your questions affirm your credentials for your position. They show your interest in the business. And they provide you a chance to discover more about company. Your questions show confidence in your abilities and skills.Read More
Familiarity with the business and the kinds of concerns the recruiter has will boost your career, no matter how knowledgeable and skilled you are.Read More
In the very least a Muslim woman should be neither shy nor deferential when thinking about seeking work in the American job market because of her faith. When she has finally won an interview opportunity, there are several things she can do to increase her chances of capturing a job at the company while maintaining the dignity of her choice of wardrobe...Read More