Your first entry-level job is an accomplishment you should be proud of! You’ve made it through phone screens, in-person interviews with the hiring manager, and the final decision-making process. However, the number one priority after you’ve accepted the job offer is successfully navigating the job itself. A few things to consider prior to your start date include: balancing your workload, navigating daily tasks, and communicating with other members of your team (to name a few). We’ve prepared the top 5 ways to be successful at your first job. Check out our steps below!
So you are one step closer to getting your dream job. But are you ready for the in-person interview? In part one, we discussed 7 Ways To Prepare For Your Next Phone Interview. Now, we are getting into the essentials for acing your in-person interview.
Interviews, in general, can be nerve-wracking as you balance interview questions and make a good first impression. In the working world, it is crucial to not only dress for success but prepare accordingly. We’ve provided 6 Ways To Prepare For Your Interview below.
As college graduates move from classroom to workforce the number one question they are faced with is how to prepare for their first job. There are various contributing factors in successfully transitioning from college student to working professional. One main factor is understanding how to attract and maintain positive attention from hiring managers.
Whether you're a college student just starting out or an experienced professional in your industry, we've provided a simple strategy to help you prepare for your next career opportunity!
Are you a working professional or a recent graduate curious about the next steps when applying to a new job? If so, you may be wondering about the best way to prepare for a phone screen or onsite interview. The key is preparation, and in this series, we will set you up for success during all stages of the hiring process and interview preparation.
We are all curious about the secret to acing that first job interview as it sets us up for success in the next stages. No worries, we’ve got you covered! Here are the best tips to help you ace that phone interview.
According to a recent LinkedIn report, there are around 25 hard skills that companies value above all. Whether you are seeking to add new in-demand skills to your resume, or hire an experienced professional, here are the top 9 skills companies need most in 2019.