By: Express Employment Professionals You’ve spent days applying and sent in what feels like a thousand resumes. And now you finally have an interview. This is when the nerves start kicking in. What should you say? What should you wear? Do you know anything about the industry? We’re here to help. Review this list of
By: Express Employment Professionals How to bounce back from a bad interview and build confidence. It’s perhaps the most nerve-wracking aspect of the job search. You submitted your resume and got the call. It’s time to meet for an interview, and you’re wondering what to do next.How do you prepare yourself with the necessary confidence
By: Express Employment Professionals Have you ever wondered what goes through the hiring manager’s mind when you’re in an interview? Wouldn’t it be nice to know what they were thinking, what they want to hear from you, or what they want to see on your resume? We asked a few hiring managers to share their insight
By: Undercover Recruiter Job interviews can be a mystery. But you can find success if you follow the right job interview strategies. The following 10 tips are the best job interview strategies to follow if you want to ace your next interview. 1. Study the company One of the best job interview strategies that most
By: Express Employment Professionals If you’re looking for a job, you’re well aware that the competition is fierce. With so many applicants competing for a single job, standing out from the crowd is a daunting task. You may be the most qualified, best educated, highly trained, hardest working people-person to ever apply for the position.
By: Express Employment Professionals Getting a job offer is exciting, especially if you’ve been job searching for a long time. But, is it always a good idea to accept the offer? There are a number of signs that may help you decipher a good work environment from one you don’t want to get stuck in,
By: Kate Douthwaite Wolf When it comes to interviews, job seekers often fear off-the-wall questions, awkward interviewers, or accidentally showing up late. But there’s another stressor that can be just as crippling: You’re asked a question, and you know your answer — but you also know it’s not the answer the interviewer wants to hear.
By: Jacquelyn Smith and Natalie Walters It’s important to remember that every interview is a two-way street. You should be interviewing the employer just as much as they’re interviewing you because you both need to walk away convinced that the job would be a great fit. So when the tables are turned and the interviewer asks,
By: Express Employment Professionals When it comes to your job search, competition is inevitable. Job seekers are in a fierce battle for quality positions, and you may wonder how a recruiter chooses between two similar applicants. Although no two cases are alike, there are ways to make sure you stand out from the crowd. Consider
By: Express Employment Professionals After a while, all the different interview tips can begin to run together and even feel stale. Dress to impress – done. Do your research – check. Be prepared – got it. It can seem like every job seeker out there is following the exact same advice, and you begin to