Getting a rejection email can be heartbreaking, but a rejection email isn’t always a final sentencing…
Not having recommendations on LinkedIn is one of the biggest mistakes you can make as a job seeker. A recommendation from a credible source could be the difference between you getting hired or being moved to the rejection pile.
A Conversation a Day keeps your job search alive. Here’s what a typical week of job searching with my video cover letter looks like.
Optimize your LinkedIn Profile and Get Recruiters to find you on LinkedIn.
If you want recruiters to get to your profile, you have to show up in searches and to do this you have to use the keywords that recruiters are using when they’re searching.
With the number of job seekers out there, it’s no surprise that one of the biggest challenges a job seeker faces is getting interviews. Here are 3 things you can do to kickstart the interview process and land a job!
Read More “Tell Me About Yourself” is perhaps one of the most common interview questions. So much so, that I’d be willing to buy you a gift card to your favorite small business if you’re not asked “Tell Me About Yourself” or some variation during your next interview. Although it’s pretty annoying, the answer to […]
Read More Where do you see yourself in 5 years is a common interview question that I really hate! The truth is, none of us knows what’s going to be happening in 5 years. I’m pretty sure not a single person in 2015 said they saw themselves cooped up in their house for months socially […]
Read More Most of us were never taught how to navigate the job search. On top of that, there’s so much conflicting advice out there. It’s hard to know what to listen to and what not to listen to. Sometimes all you need is a simple answer from someone who gets it. For many years […]
Some of the most common interview questions are pretty annoying. Understanding the WHY behind the question will help you ace the interview…
Read More Have you ever gone through a period where all you do is go on interviews but can’t seem to get an offer? One of my former clients, Daniel, was good at getting invited to interviews. He would usually get past the first interview and move on to several rounds but wasn’t getting offers. […]