An average job opening attracts about 250 resumes—only 2% of applicants will actually be called in for an interview.
It’s important to note that employers won’t just throw money your way if you don’t have anything to offer them. If you’re planning to begin your job search, here are 3 tips you must follow.
If you’ve been interviewing candidates for a while, you’re all too familiar with rehearsed answers that sound great when said out loud but don’t tell you much about who the candidate really is. After all, anyone can regurgitate lines, right?
Honesty in a conversation is always appreciated but when it comes to interviews, there is such a thing as being “too honest”. Even after years of going to job interviews, candidates still haven’t figured out how honest they should be with their interviewers.
Situational interview questions are based on the premise that a candidate’s past actions and behavior indicate how good they will be for your company in the future.
Are you searching for a job that will make you want to get up in the morning? Here’s what you need to do.
Interviews can be daunting, and you want to be prepared for all types of questions you might be asked.
Here are a few problem solving questions recruiting companies ask, and ways to answer them.
Fumbling over the new disaster restoration job offer? Not sure whether you should take up that web developer position? Here are a few things to help you decide.
Anyone can grab a resume template online, but how can you create a resume with meaningful impact that will separate you from the crowd? Click on the blog to read more, and let us know your thoughts.
Here's a blog we recently wrote for all of the job seekers out there, which focuses on things not to do when writing your resume. This will be beneficial for everyone to take a look at as some of the tips go far beyond formatting mistakes. Feel free to let us know what you think, and give us a call if you ever need assistance finding your next career opportunity.