More and more employers are interviewing prospects in less formal settings. Here's how to shine at your meeting without spilling any coffee.
A mom's work is never done. But when she wants to re-enter the workforce after kids, there are a few key things she should do first.
Ready to ace that job interview? Of course you are, but just be sure you don't bring up one of these no-no topics.
The job market can be a vicious one. If you want your resume to get by the filters and stand out from the rest, make it noteworthy.
You might be tempted to fudge the truth a little when you're interviewing for a job — but these little lies could get you in big trouble.
At most job interviews, candidates will have an opportunity to ask their own questions. Be prepared with questions that flush out job details and demonstrate your value.
You've done everything in your job search right and landed an interview. Don't let the wrong outfit or accessories cost you the offer.
Need to measure a building? Escape from a blender? Give an opinion on garden gnomes? Learn how to answer these and other odd interview questions.
What's even more frustrating that not being able to find a job? Not being able to find a job because you skipped one of these simple job search to-dos.
Your resume is solid, and your answers to the questions are great — so don't let these body language mistakes ruin an otherwise perfect interview.
If you want to move from applicant to interviewee, don't just send a resume and cross your fingers — try one of these creative methods instead.
Make this year the year when you get a new job — or even your dream job — with this comprehensive collection of suggestions, resources, and more.
Acing a job interview is a delicate art. Make sure you don't screw up — and do land the gig — by avoiding these mistakes.
When it comes to landing a job, you need to be prepared, qualified, and friendly. But to really ensure you get the gig, give them something to remember.
Sorting through a stack of resumes is no fun. These five shortcuts may not change that, but they'll help you quickly spot the keepers.
References can be your best opportunity to learn about a potential employee...as long as you handle the call right.
We spend a lot of time getting to know our significant others, but we don't put nearly as much thought into choosing our jobs. Here's why we should.
August Nielsen hires people. Lots of them. He's waded through a sea of resumes and rejection letters, and his advice could help you land your next job.
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