You can always use a mentor
Wherever you are in your career, a mentor can be an invaluable guide. Here are some tips for finding one and making the relationship work.Filed under Alumni, Blogroll, Full-Time Jobs, General Career Advice, Job Search | Comment (0)
Experience invited employers from across the country to participate in the 2011 Best Places to Work for Recent Grads survey, and the winners are in! This exciting initiative is dedicated to identifying and recognizing the best employers for recent college graduates. As a whole, these 20 organizations offered outstanding training programs, sweet paychecks, and extraordinary opportunities for rapid career growth. Here’s a detailed look at this year’s winners (sorted alphabetically) – including some new and familiar faces to the chart.Filed under Alumni, Blogroll, Full-Time Jobs, General Career Advice, Helpful Web Links | Comment (0)
With video interviews becoming more common during hiring, not being prepared can easily keep you out of the running. While meeting via video is time saver, getting past the technological barriers of not speaking face-to-face can be difficult. Be sure you’re prepared and use Skype to your advantage, experts say.
Looking for more ways to impress? Here’s how to handle a video or Skype interview.Filed under Alumni Interviews, Blogroll, Career Technology, Interviews | Comment (0)
by Kelly Eggers
According to a 2010 Accountemps survey, 28% of executives say the resume is where most job seekers make mistakes in the application process. But what exactly constitutes a mistake? We talked with career coaches and resume writers to find ten gaffes that will guarantee that your resume never makes it past round one.
***Also: The writer of the previous article (Kelly Eggers – FINS.com) has an article entitled 7 Ways to Keep Your Resume Out of the Trash that may be helpful too.Filed under Blogroll, Full-Time Jobs, General Career Advice, Part-Time Jobs, Resumes and Other Documents | Comment (0)