Tag Archives: job search

The Make-Or-Break Moment In Any Job Interview: Asking the Right Question

By DAVE COPELAND   You did your research, got a good night’s sleep and answered every question in the interview thoughtfully and articulately. The time you have with the hiring manager is winding down and there is just one more question. “Is there anything you’d like to ask us?” Hiring experts say this may be ...

Hunting for a job? Be careful what you post

By CAROL WOLF   Think before you post, job-seekers: Your potential employer is likely watching your social media feeds.    Seventy percent of employers said they look what job candidates post on their Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and other accounts, according to a survey by CareerBuilders. Fifty-seven percent of companies said they have ruled out hiring ...

6 Self-Care Tips to Practice While Job Searching

Article by: JACLYN ELIZABETH Let’s face it, job searching can be stressful. Sure, maybe we start out enthusiastic. We update our resume, find some opportunities that look appealing, and are feeling pretty darn positive as we hit ‘send’ and apply for several jobs on LinkedIn or Monster. Masters degree? Check! 1-2 years experience? Check! You’ve got an ...