The Value of an Internship versus a Job

The Value of an Internship versus a Job

When you’re faced with the decision of taking a paying job over an unpaid internship in your field, it is worth considering whether the short–term paycheck will be more important than the long–term investment that interning can provide. While some...

Things Interviewers Won't Tell You, but You Need to Know

Things Interviewers Won't Tell You, but You Need to Know

For many, interviewing can be one of the most stressful parts of the job search process. What to wear, what questions to ask and what is the appropriate follow-up post-interview are areas that may cross your mind. But there is also something else you should consider...

The Accessible Workplace: How to Discuss Your Disability in an
			Interview

The Accessible Workplace: How to Discuss Your Disability in an Interview

Interview preparation is a necessary and sometimes difficult task for many job applicants. Whether you are participating in your first or twenty-fist interview, preparation is a core essential of the...

You are Your Brand

You are Your Brand

Branding plays a huge role in our consumer-based society. The perception you have of companies and the products you purchase tie directly back to how you perceive the brand. Many people only associate branding with large organizations - those that sell goods...

Preparing for Your Performance Review

Preparing for Your Performance Review

Stress, anticipation, trepidation, and anxiety: these are all emotions a person feels before an interview. But they are also common during another big event in a persons career the performance review. Many workers get only one or two chances a year to put...

Free Webinar On Professional Portfolio Building

Free Webinar On Professional Portfolio Building

Recent screening tests from Automatic Data Processing - a human resources company - found that 54% of job applicants submitted false information on their resumes. In order to verify that this information is correct, many applicants submit professional...

When to Turn Down a Job Offer

When to Turn Down a Job Offer

It may sound counter-intuitive in a down job market, but there are instances when it is best to turn down a job offer. This can be a result of many factors, including the job not being a good fit, the responsibilities are not ideal to your career goals and more...

Summer Job Search Strategies

Summer Job Search Strategies

Summer is almost here. You're hot. You're tired. You want to go to the beach. The winter of your job-search discontent may have past, but with the warm weather it doesn't mean you should put your job search plan on hold. While it may be hard to focus on looking for...

Questions to Ask Employers during an Interview

Questions to Ask Employers during an Interview

When on a job interview, the question and answer session is the best way for recruiters to determine if you are the best candidate for the job. It is also an opportunity for you to interview prospective employers. By asking them and yourself questions so you can...

How to Write a Job Acceptance Letter

How to Write a Job Acceptance Letter

Whether by standard mail or email, if you have accepted a job offer it is always a good idea to send a job acceptance letter. This communique is a way to outline the details of the job, an opportunity to thank those with whom you've met, as well as confirm the start...

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