While you ponder whether you would be a zebra or a hippo, consider that these kinds of crazy interview questions are actually very common, both at large corporations and small startups. Believe it or not, your interviewer is asking you these questions for a reason. Nontraditional interviews are intended to probe your ability to think
Have you spent hours researching the best resume format? Did you stay up all night getting all the language just right? If so, then you certainly aren’t alone; but even though resumes take many hours to create, the reality is that most recruiters only spend an average of six seconds looking at them when screening
Salary and compensation should not be your only factor in a job or career search, but it also doesn’t hurt to know that certain jobs, like software development offer great opportunities for your pocketbook as well as your career development. A growing market with high compensation and tons of job opportunities available – sign me
On June 17, more than a thousand people converged on Cleveland’s Gordon Square Arts District for Startup Scaleup 2015. The event featured workshops, networking sessions and two separate pitch competitions. Multiple young entrepreneurs were featured and many more attended the event to connect with jobseekers like you. Whether you were able to attend Startup Scaleup
Some of the best jobs are found not on websites or job boards, but through good old-fashioned networking. But how do you break the ice? Follow these four tips and get the inside track on connecting with other professionals in your industry. Connect On LinkedIn Touch up your online profile and get it out there.
Like all forms of business communication, much of the back-and-forth between job-seekers and hiring managers has gone electronic. It’s fast and convenient, but there is a downside; people on both sides of the hiring process sometimes end up sending very important messages without really thinking about their email etiquette. When communicating with existing colleagues and
Thank-you letters are more than just a respectful way to let your interviewer know you appreciate his or her time; they can actually improve your chancesof landing the job you’re seeking. There is no question you should send a message to your prospective employer after your interview; but there are a few basic ground rules. Keep
Well, you’ve done it! You’ve landed your first job as a fresh college graduate. This is an exciting time, but don’t set yourself up for disappointment by expecting to land a job as a CEO right out of the gate. If history is any indicator, you’ll most likely have to start closer to the bottom