Its 2018, you have your first interview of the year. You are all dressed up and primed to get that dream job you’ve always wanted. The sad fact is that many people focus so much on rehearsing company facts and missions and vision that they forget the small, very important things that can prevent them
The job interview is the first “gate” in a process that could set your career on a path to long-term success or could set you on a path to “corporate roadkill”. The first interview with a company is like the first date, with a potential spouse. But how many of us really take the time
8 Things To Do Before A Job Interview You just graduated college you earned your degree and now what? It’s time to go on a job hunt and this means preparing yourself for job interviews and networking events. You send out your resume to numerous places, you get a call from an employer who is
Job Interview 101: The Questions You Should Really Ask One of the life’s most nerve wrecking experiences can certainly be interviewing for a new job – especially if you really need the work. From being sure of your skills, to having a great elevator speech to
Now that you’ve finally graduated from the university, it’s time to land yourself a decent job so you can start enjoying full independence. After all, an independent woman is a sexy woman, right? With that said, you’ll want to ace each and every interview you go to so you have options to choose
Kathryn Minshew CEO of the Daily Muse and Mentor here on Aspire-Canada appeared on FOX television on January 15, 2015 to discuss how Millennials can avoid blunders with the job search process. According to FOX news there are 15million millenials in the workforce in the US today – fully a quarter of the US population.
Job interviews can be nerve-racking enough, don’t let sartorial decisions fuel the fire. To prevent that from happening we turned to Jane Lerman, the founder and CEO of LER Public Relations, a leading NYC-based full-service public relations firm catering to luxury brands within the fashion, beauty, travel, lifestyle, and entertainment industries, to get her take on
You may think you’ve got it figured out when it comes to job interviews. After all, how difficult can they be? If you’ve been called in based on an interesting resume, then surely you must be qualified on some level to fit the description. So why do you keep striking out when you get