If you have been called for a job interview, you need to be well-prepared in order to pass and be hired. Here are important pointers that you should remember if you really want to get the job:
Know the contents of your resume. Review a copy of the exact resume you sent to that company. Be sure that you remember the information on your resume as your interviewer may ask some details to make sure that those are facts and not just lies. Continue reading “Pass Your Next Job Interview and Get Hired Today”
If you are still in school, perhaps you may think that looking for work is a lot more difficult since you can only include part time job experiences in your resume. However, just because you have never been a full-time employee doesn’t mean you cannot present a good employment history.
Consider the following tips on creating a resume that will surely help you land a job: Continue reading “Tips on Creating an Effective Resume for Teens”
Submitting a proper resume is the first important step when applying for a job. A poorly presented resume immediately sends out a negative impression to a potential employer.
To be sure that you will be called for an interview, below is a list of essential points you must check on before printing your resume: Continue reading “Important Checklist Before Submitting Your Resume”
You have worked hard to prepare for your job hunt- from writing a good resume and good cover letter, to practicing the interviews and now that you are hired, does this mean you can take it easy from here on? If you want to keep the job or to get a good recommendation, then you are for your next challenge- giving an impressive job performance.
The Probationary Period
New hires go though the probationary phase which can last from two to three months. During this period, you need to show the boss that hiring you was not a mistake. This is your chance to prove that you deserve to stay with the company. Continue reading “Newly Hired? How to Impress Your Employer”
If you are a college student, taking in part time jobs during school breaks is another great way to prepare yourself for the future. Yes, those hourly work you do working in your local deli, boutique or department store can enhance your resume. But how? By using effective job descriptions and including the right details.
In this article, let’s discuss some examples and tips on how to make your part-time job experiences an essential part of your resume:
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Teenagers have a wide variety of opportunities waiting for them in the job market. Yes, even during recession, these top part time 5 jobs are always available especially for young people who want to make a living on their own.
Retail Store Attendant. Boutiques and department stores are often on the look-out for additional workers such as store attendant, clerk, crew or window display artists. Take a stroll around your community and see for possible openings. Some local shops do not advertise their job vacancies in newspapers or online. Don’t be afraid to walk in and ask if they are hiring or if they will be hiring in the coming months. Continue reading “Top 5 Part Time Jobs For Teens”
If you have been called in for a job interview, remember that the first few minutes is important. You want to stand out from other applicants and you can do that by making a positive impression right away. Below are practical tips on how to make that first 5 minutes work to your advantage:
Dress professionally but don’t overdress. You don’t want the hiring personnel to feel that you have topped him/her. Choose simple, decent and appropriate attire. A coat and tie is fine only if you are applying for a managerial position. Continue reading “Successful Job Interview – The First Few Minutes Count”