Think a Google Job Interview is Tough?
By Karen Strauss, Forbes
The changing face of business – the fast-evolving tech space, the impact of international competition, the search for quality employees – creates a fluid and challenging playing field for the entrepreneur with big dreams
Top 5 Job Interview Spending Splurges You Should Make
By Kathryn Tuggle, Fox Business
If you’re looking for a new job, chances are you’ve already spent money for access to online job boards, resume help, or career consultants. Spending more money on your appearance for job interviews may be the last thing on your to-do list, but experts say that looking sharp may make the difference between “you’re hired,” and “keep searching.
Students Studying Abroad: Take Advantage of Video Interviews
By Josh Tolan, Mashable
Studying literature at Oxford or finance at the London School of Economics; strolling by the Siene or sunbathing on the Italian Riviera coast — these are all possibilities for the college student studying abroad. And these opportunities will give them experiences that will change their lives and memories that will last a lifetime. But is it worth it to study abroad if it means you’ll be missing out on employment opportunities back home?
An Interview Might Not Be The Only Test You Face During Your Job Search
By Brazen Life
You’ve applied to a few interesting jobs and even scored a couple of interviews. But then you find out the hiring process includes a test – and that’s when the panic really sets in.
7 Ways Bosses Annoy Employees
By Alison Green, Us News and World Report
Even good managers frustrate their employees now and then—while bad managers, of course, do it regularly.
Nail The “Tell Me About Yourself” Job Interview Question
by Melanie Pinola, Lifehacker
The “tell me about yourself” job interview question isn’t just a warm up question, but, as with the other questions, a chance to sell yourself as the perfect candidate for the job. Prepare your best answer with this three-part statement approach.