Posts Tagged: Interview tips

Why Your First Impression Is So Powerful

From “The Undercover Recruiter”  First impressions throughout life are crucial. Sometimes you don’t get a second chance! A first impression can be what you wear, what gesture you make to how you act. In fact, research has shown that non-verbal cues have over 4 times more impact than anything said. Find out more in the… Read more »

It’s Not You, It’s Me; Letting Your Recruiter Down Easy

It’s bound to happen, you apply for a job that seems like a great fit, make it past the original “scrubbing” and through the interviews (congratulations) but the more you learn, the less you think you would be a great fit. Let’s talk about a few misconceptions of job hunting and some ways to use… Read more »

Don’t Take a Vacation From Your Job Search!

It’s summer, and that means warm weather, sunny days and unfortunately for many, a relaxed attitude toward job hunting. It can be very tempting to “take the summer off” from your job search but this is can be more dangerous than a sunburn. Here are a few reasons why you should hit the job boards… Read more »

FAQ: How Long Should My Resume Be?

There is plenty of information out there on how to get hired, with this series of postings we hope to clarify some of the most frequently asked questions and help to dispel some popular job searching myths. Let’s start with one of the most consistently visited and debated topics- your resume. How long should a… Read more »

3 Essentials to Acing an Interview

1)      Be on time: Your arrival time when you get your foot in the door will set the tone for many things; your likelihood to show up to work on time, your commitment to the position and your overall work ethic. Now is the time to be the epitome of punctuality. If you are unfamiliar… Read more »