Salary negotiation and responding to a job offer can feel like a tricky thing to do. You want the job, so you don’t want to risk offending the company. But you also don’t want to leave money on the table, and you definitely don’t want to undermine your value. You want...
It’s career fair season – time to prepare to put your best foot forward. As part of my mission of setting you up for success, I thought it would be helpful to ask career fair recruiters what they’re really looking for – what are the key things that set some students...
Critical Thinking/Problem Solving and Professionalism/Work Ethic are the two most essential competencies employers are looking for when hiring, and these same employers report a gap between what they’re looking for and what candidates are bringing to the table,...
A few weeks ago I was interviewing students during a career fair at a local college, on behalf of a business client. The interview process was structured like speed dating and as the group of 50+ students rotated through the tables, we conducted short interviews with...
Have you ever walked out of an interview feeling like it just didn’t go well? Or that you knocked it out of the park? Chances are a major factor in determining which way it went came down to how well you connected with the interviewers. Interviews are all about...
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