What’s the most important thing when you are searching for jobs? Know what you are getting yourself into. When I was right out of college, I had no idea what each job title entails. As a result, I don’t know what I want to do, then the people I network with don’t know how to help me. In the end, I ended up with a job I have absolutely no interest in. Looking back, I would ask the 20-year-old me one question constantly: “do you really know the job you are applying for?”
Hiring managers are humans too (Big surprise!). They are not there to ask you millions of tricky questions just to embarrass you, although sometimes I do feel embarrassed by the interviewer. The two questions hiring managers always ask themselves are : 1) Do you have a warm or cold personality? 2) Will you be competent at this job?
Do you ever wonder where your career path is leading you to? Who will you be, what will you do in 5 years?
Today I want to share some interesting posts with you. I probably will keep doing that every week. Leave a comment below let me know what do you think of these posts.
Salary isn’t everything, but when you have an opportunity to get both the dream job and pay, I say negotiate.
It is crucial to have a top-notch profile that leaves employers wanting you on their teams. Here is how!
Do you run? Or do you have friends run marathons? I always admire those who run marathons. These people really have the mental toughness. That’s exactly what you need during job hunting. Here are 5 things they do to get through or even enjoy the process.
You’ve spent a few days on this spreadsheet you put together. It’s really elaborate. You think you’ve put your best work in it.Then you and your boss go through this work together. Boss:” Okay.. this number doesn’t look right? You are saying I paid that much? No way that’s right” He is looking at one of the Expense figure in the sheet. There are at least 100 numbers on the screen. Now you are shaking…because you are not sure..