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You're anxiously awaiting your first day after nailing the interview and landing your ideal job. Skip to your start date at 7 a.m. and coffee spills on your white shirt, now pushing you one hour behind to your first team meeting. Or even worse, you've completely missed your first day because of a flight malfunction.

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Do you find that attracting top talent to the open positions at your company is becoming more of a challenge? It could be your employer branding efforts.

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Booz Allen Hamilton has built a strong relationship with the U.S. military through the years. Not only was the business founded by a veteran, but the company has a number of U.S. military and government clients.

So, it should come as no surprise that the company has earned a strong reputation as being friendly to military personnel, military spouses, and veterans. It's a reputation the company is proud of and works hard to maintain.

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Today I want to talk about four words that, when strung together, they form a question—one of the most stressful questions we answer as professionals.

So, what are those four words? They are…

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It's officially the holiday season, which means that baking, desserts, and parties are going to be endless! So, today we want to give you a healthy twist on something many of you have had before.

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Like any other conversation, a job interview is a two-way street. It's as much about how well you listen as it is about what you say. And there's more to listening than simply hearing another person's words.

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In this article, I'm going to tell you how to make a KILLER first impression when you get asked the question, "What do you do?" I've been teaching you the basics around how to craft this message. But now, we're going to dive a little deeper.

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I want to challenge you to learn the right way to answer the question, "What do you do?" Most people answer with their job title. "I'm an accountant," or "I'm a digital marketer," etc. The problem with that is that's not what they asked you.

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