Land That Job
Employers rely on nonverbal cues more than verbal ones to gauge your intelligence, confidence and power. When you're on the job hunt, use these tips to get your body "talk" in great shape -- no gym membership required!
When you're looking for a job, it's only natural to compare yourself to successful friends or other, seemingly more talented job seekers. Rage against this counterproductive behavior--and focus on what YOU have to offer the employer.
Have you ever found yourself in a job or a project that seemed beyond your own abilities? Were you worried about failing...and about being "found out?" If so, you've suffered from the Imposter Complex, too.
The resume--and other details of the job hunt--certainly are changing. Resumes are morphing into a combination of digital identity and the traditional summary of work experience and skills. And perhaps what has changed the most is how your work history affects your job hunt.
Do You Have Any Questions for Me? Don't get stumped by this common interview question! Answer "no", and you might as well start looking for another job. So why do interviewers ask if you have any questions? They want to find out three important things.
Welcome to the world of the off-the-wall interview question--weird, wacky, gimmicky, and off-beat "wild card" questions that seem to have nothing to do with your ability to handle a job. If they're irrelevant to job performance, why do employers ask them?