If you want to impress a hiring team, you need to know a few things about job interviews.
Competition is TOUGH when it comes to earning a role at top companies like Amazon. But if you have the resume it takes to land an interview, you’re halfway there.
Whether you’re going on a trip, relaxing with family, or making some extra cash, you probably already have a ton of plans for winter break.
So, you can’t find a job that relates to your college major. Well, you’re not alone. In fact, thousands of college grads end up accepting jobs that have nothing to do with their field of study. The good news is, that’s okay! It can actually be a grea
The holidays are here, and with all of the pretty lights, festive music, and scrumptious treats comes nosy family members asking about your job search.
Salary negotiations are SCARY. What if you look ridiculous or greedy? What if they laugh in your face?
Getting a job requires a little more effort than just writing up a generic resume.
An interview should be more like a conversation than an interrogation. That means, you should be asking questions in addition to answering them.
You might be infamous for your procrastination “skills” when it comes to doing homework, laundry, or other projects, but if you think you can wait until the last minute to find a job, think again.
You’ve successfully landed an internship. Congratulations! Now you need to learn how to use it to its full advantage. Here are a few tips that will help you get the most out of an internship so can leave it feeling “connection-ready.”