Increasing your chances of getting the job are pretty simple if you're well-prepared for your next interview. If you're ready to answer some of the most common interview questions, you're a step ahead of your competition. Related: 4 Tips To Answer Tough Interview Questions Correctly Here are six questions you must be prepared to answer during interviews:
If you haven't been on the career fast track, chances are you really haven’t thought much about career management. Related: Career Management: Are YOU Lazy? Career management is much like preventive medicine. Preventive medicine calls for you to take care of yourself by eating right, exercising, drinking in moderation, and if so inclined, taking in the Pamplona Bull Run or skydiving only once every couple of years rather than regularly. Career management uses the same proactive approach and, just like preventive medicine, there's no time like the present to start. Career management is actually investing in you and in your career aspirations. It is something you'll do over the course of your lifetime. By committing to lifelong learning and taking charge of your career, you'll be well ahead of your competition. Here are a couple of easy ways to get started:
Is the thought of writing a resume as pleasant as having your wisdom teeth surgically extracted? I ask because I was discussing resume writing tips with a client today and she was thrilled I was going to write it for her. As she put it, she was no longer actively involved in the "whole torturous process." Related: 5 Things That Make Your Resume Stand Out In Today’s Job Market I didn't realize the experience could be so terrible - but then I thought about doing my own taxes and realized what she meant.