Once you enter the interview room, take a look around and get your bearings. When your interviewer makes a comment or asks you a question, take a second to think before you speak.
It’s nice to be appreciated and connect with the people you work with.
If you act as if you already have been promoted, you will exceed the performance objectives of your current position and become the obvious choice to be promoted.
Self-sabotage is thought of as a psychological issue when, in fact, that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Double check the details on your cover letter before sending it out or submitting on-line, print it out and re-check, this is your first and only introduction opportunity!
Once an employer reaches your profile, they’ll want to know some things right away
For most people, job searching entails some rejection. You send in a resume and receive no response. You go to an interview and don’t get a callback. You go to another interview and get ghosted.
Developing a resume that will get you noticed is equal parts what you include and what you choose not to include.
In many cases, degrees are still important, but all in all, employers want candidates who have gained experience in their field of choice and taken the time to receive some institutional knowledge about their profession.
Fear is a response to physical and emotional danger; it should keep us alert and safe. However, too much fear about perceived threats just causes anxiety and stress. At work, it can stall our careers.
If you’re not ready to throw everything at a new job search but want to scope out opportunities, consider a soft-launch on your hunt
You know that next job of yours? Yes, that’s right,