There are hundreds of job sites. Which one is the best? Did you know some job sites focus on specific type of jobs? For example, remote jobs, coding only jobs, startup jobs and more.
Make better use of your time by focusing on the right job search engines. Read our blog post for more details.
Nowadays, you display all aspects of your personal life on social media sites.. You may have thought this was only for friends and family to view, however, more and more, employers are visiting social media pages.
Learn why they care about your social profile and how to ensure it doesn't affect your chances of landing a great job.
Every job you apply to will have an interview process. The process involved getting to know each other and if you a good fit for them.
There are several questions you'll be asked. Many of these are quite generic but are must-ask questions. You should have excellent responses to them if asked.
Learn more about them in this article.
It's a fact, people lie during their interview for various reasons. Employers have to ask direct and sometimes tricky questions to learn the truth and details.
You may not be lying, but being asked these questions will throw you off. Learn what these questions are and how to prepare to answer them if asked.
This is a question that is asked often and it's a valid question. Dress code in USA varies significantly from company to company, job to job.
You may have seen CEO's of companies like Apple or Microsoft appear on public stages with nothing more than a t-shirt and jeans on. However, internally, their sales team wears jackers.
Learn how to decide what to wear on your interview day.
If you've been applying for a few job openings and received a response, it was most likely from a recruiter.
Recruiters serve as the filter or gatekeeper to get into the hiring process. You should know who they are and what they do. By knowing this, you can improve your correspondence with them.
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