How to Answer 23 of the Most Common Interview Questions Wise Bread Picks Let's face it; no one likes the interview process. Well, certainly not the people being interviewed anyway. CareerShip: Careers Analyze, interpret, and broadcast news received from various sources. Analyze and interpret news and information received from various sources in order to be able to broadcast the information. Write commentaries, columns, or scripts, using computers. Examine news items of local, national, and international significance in order to determine topics to address, or obtain assignments from editorial staff members.
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Tapping into the hidden job market By Robert Mandelberg, CPRW When you learn how to tap into the unadvertised job market, your job-search will be much more productive and rewarding. In the career-services community, it is a well accepted fact that approximately 80% of job openings are unadvertised. When I mentioned this to a colleague recently, she said this number is way off: It’s closer to 85-90%. One thing is for sure: More than ever, it is essential to be “at the right place at the right time” to achieve success in this increasingly competitive job market.
Mike Rowe: The 'Dirty' Jobs Alternative to a College Degree Is an expensive college degree always the path to success? This weekend’s “Huckabee Special: Where’s My Job?” tackled the debate over pricey degrees versus skilled labor jobs. Host of Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs,” Mike Rowe, joined Governor Mike Huckabee to discuss the college narrative that has resulted in a record amount of student loan debt. 5 Signs Your Boss Doesn't Like You
Top 10 Skills You Need at Work That Have Nothing to Do with Your Job Hiring managers make the difficult decision of who the best candidate is for the job based not just on the specific job requirements but also basic “soft skills” every worker should have, like communication and teamwork. Here are the top 10 additional job skills everyone needs. 10. Writing Skills
10 Killer Job Interview questions and Answers Behind every interview question there is a concern or another question. Your job is to process the question thinking about what the interviewer’s concern might be. 9 Tech Tips for Job-Hunting Grads Recently graduated and looking for a job? A few simple tips about writing better cover letters and resumes or choosing the right words when networking, can enormously affect your life for the better. Graduates usually know they should clean up their Facebook profiles and join LinkedIn, but there's a lot more to having a savvy online presence and positioning yourself for the job you want. Here are nine tips related to technology, job search sites, and networking online, that will steer you toward greater success in your jobs search, at a new job, and hopefully through your professional life.
How to Construct a Killer Resume, From Start to Finish Last week, I wrote a controversial article about resume tips that got a lot of readers fired up. As a result, I thought it would be worthwhile to go through the entire process of creating a strong resume, step by step. Step 0: Do NOT fire up Microsoft Word and use a generic resume template. Send A Pain Letter, Instead Human beings are creatures of habit. If we’ve seen something once, we can’t focus on it intently again. We think we already know all about it, so we don’t pay attention. That’s why busy humans ignore glorious sunsets and other amazing sights and experiences every day. The cover letter format is over – it’s done. No busy hiring manager can focus on anything you say in a cover letter, because the cover letter format itself is so tired.