Read this if you're job hunting.
Job hunting can be stressful. You've got to nail the application and sneak out for the interview, and then there's the small task of impressing your future boss when you get there.But before you even get to
Just in case you've been thinking about a new career path.
How do you know when it's time to resign from your job? Sure, there are days when you just scream inside: "Ayoko na. Ayoko na talaga. There *has* to be something better out there." But everybody has those days. Negative
Don't rush it!
Sometimes, you just know it's only a matter of time before you submit your resignation letter; but leaving your company takes more than just that. You need to plan and prepare for it. This time, you'll need to
Is there etiquette when it comes to being on time?
Job interviews are stressful. What are you supposed to wear? How do you answer tough questions? What time are you even meant to arrive? Timing can be tricky etiquette, because many regard it as rude to be early as it is to
How to deal when an interviewer goes AWOL.
Getting ghosted after a great date stings. Getting ghosted after interviewing for your dream job sucks even more. Per a recent survey by recruiting software company iCIMS, 76 percent of people say that not hearing back from a potential employer is more
Practice answering these most-asked job interview questions, and you’re golden!
Every company is known for putting their own spin to the interview process, especially if they're looking to fill a position that's essential to keeping the ship running smoothly. The job application process usually starts with an online application. All
Social media is a source for potential employers to learn about you.
Historically, a good CV and a winning interview are the two requisites in landing a new job, but increasingly employers are turning to social media to find out more about prospective candidates.As we all know, social media-whether Instagram, Twitter, or
It's never too late for a career change.
Thinking of a doing drastic career change lately? Trust me, it's never too late for things like that-especially if you're looking to expand your skill set. My first job as a passenger service agent (aka ground stewardess)
Are you regretting your big professional move?
When you leave a job, with the exception of a family emergency, it's almost always for an even better offer: more money, more freedom, more room for growth. At least, ideally, that's what's supposed to happen.Everything looks ~*shinier*~
Fancy a career change?
If you're in the market for a career change and fancy polishing the glass slippers in the back of your wardrobe, step right this way: Disney are looking for princes and princesses to join their cruise ships. AMAZING.After Disneyland Paris'
Just breathe, girl.
If there's one thing about the job hunt we all secretly hate, it's the anxiety brought on by relentlessly refreshing our emails or waiting for the phone to ring. Heck, it's more nerve-wracking to not hear back from
How long should you wait?
Looking for the right job is a looong process. From the moment you create a resume to when you're #blessed with a job interview, it could take weeks before you even hear back. (Globally, the average waiting time is three weeks,
Who should it be?
A common misconception most people have when submitting a job application is thinking that references are only supposed to be former bosses or employers. Wrong. While you definitely shouldn't put your mother down as a reference, think about people-who aren'
We understand your frustration.
Before I landed my current job, I was job-hunting for a really long time. And it wasn't just because I couldn't find the perfect one. As a fresh grad, I didn't want to apply for jobs I knew
This career coach and speaker explains why one straight career path doesn't have to be your only option.
Everyone knows that person who always knew they wanted to be a doctor, a chef, a musician-and look! They're doing it! Meanwhile, you might be cycling through jobs, trying to figure out what it is you really want to do.
Better update that resume!
If you're looking to work abroad, several things may up your chances, including your education, your foreign language proficiency, and of course, the hiring rates of the country you're planning to work in.According to a survey of
You are so not alone.
Let's be real: Graduating sucks. You're saying goodbye to parties, endless pizza, and people you like. And it just rubs it all in when you shake your college president's hand not having secured a job. You think you've
Be careful when you do.
There comes a time in every employee's life when he or she gets eager-or anxious-for a promotion. Some may be too anxious waiting for that career boost that they start browsing job listings, and apply for a better opportunity
Everything you need to know to calm those nerves before your phone rings.
When I had my first phone interview, I didn't know what to expect. I submitted an internship application, and they got back to me within the day with a request for a phone interview. Though it wasn't a total disaster,
Don't let these questions throw you off your game.
We've taught you how to survive this notoriously annoying interview question: "Tell me about yourself." But, unfortunately, it doesn't end there. The next hurdle is when the person in between you and your dream job asks you about your strengths
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