No Internship Experience? No Problem.

Photo by bongkarn thanyakij from Pexels   With internships becoming the new entry-level job, it’s crucial that college students do their best to obtain an internship before graduation. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to find an internship during college. Luckily, it’s not too late to get a summer internship by highlighting your skills and tailoring them to the Read More …

How Introverts Can Nail What-Makes-You-Tick Interview Questions

The following is a guest post by career consultant Jane Finkel It’s inevitable that the interviewer will ask you questions that attempt to uncover who you really are, especially your more appealing personal qualities. For introverts, job interview questions that seem more personal often present the greatest challenge. It’s not that you are inept at Read More …

“Mean Girl” Myth BUSTED- Experts Examine Why Women Don’t Get Along at Work

A persistent cultural meme insists that the greatest threat to professional women is other women—backstabbing, conniving “queen bees” and “mean girls.” Hogwash, say the coauthors of IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S THE WORKPLACE: Women’s Conflict at Work and the Bias That Built It , who investigated these stereotypes using surveys, social science research, and interviews. Conclusion: there’s Read More …

Job Interview Advice from Author Denise Dudley

Job interviews can feel like a scary and mysterious game where the rules are unknown. Hiring managers often make things hard on applicants by asking seemingly unrelated, or worse, illegal questions and failing to communicate clearly with interviewees.  To make things more confusing, experts offer conflicting advice about what to do before, during and after Read More …

How to Answer Dumb Interview Questions

Job interviews can be intimidating even for the most experienced candidate. To make matters worse, many interviewers don’t know the right questions to ask so they include dumb questions that offer no insight into a candidate’s potential success in the position. When asking stupid interview questions, hiring managers can expect generic answers or lies from Read More …

CEO Bob Pritchett Shares Career Advice for Millennials

Getting ahead in today’s job market can be challenging, especially for less experienced employees. In order to overcome the inevitable career speed-bumps, you’ll need to make wise decisions. How do you make the best career decisions when you don’t have experience? Take advice from an expert! Below, CEO and entrepreneur Bob Pritchett shares his career Read More …

Job Interview Success for Introverts

A job interview makes almost everyone nervous. Your performance can change the direction of your career. But for introverts, interviews can be especially challenging. Introverts aren’t as expressive or talkative as extroverts, leading interviewers to think they aren’t really interested in the position. Luckily, you can use some common introvert traits to your advantage and Read More …

Internship Interviews: What to Expect

on line pharmacy Interviewing for an internship will likely be your first professional interview experience. It may be intimidating to go into the interview not knowing what to expect. Internship interviews are similar to a standard job interview, except that the focus may be more on your academic achievements since you aren’t expected to have Read More …