Whether you are selling a product or service (yourself), if you follow this simple sales formula, you will be further ahead of your competition in your search for A More Perfect Career.
While going through the interview process, you want to put your best foot forward. Avoid these five blunders and your job search won’t get tripped up.
There are a lot of reasons why an employer is slow in getting back to you after a great interview. Make sure your follow-up actions keep you in the best light as the best possible candidate.
At the end of the day, the hiring manager doesn’t really care if you are wearing a blue tie or a red tie. They don’t care if you are in a dress or a suit. They don’t care where you worked or what college you attended ten years ago. What they care about is whether or not you can solve a problem they have.
As you go through the interview process, paying attention to the warning signs of a bad boss can save you anywhere from a lot of frustration to a potentially catastrophic career decision. Here are eight habits to be on the lookout for.