Funny Interview Scenes from the Will Ferrell movie Stepbrothers. Warning: Strong Language.
Following Up After An Interview: A Good Thing or a Stalking Thing?
You shake the Creative Director’s hand and turn around to leave his amazing corner office. You did it. You nailed your interview at the coolest company you’ve ever seen. Suddenly while you’re getting your parking validated you think to yourself, “Should I send a thank you note?” And you find yourself at a crossroads.
You Can Interview For a Job By Playing Diablo III
by Mike Minotti, Venture Beat
Job interviews are stressful and formal affairs. If only we could show how qualified we are for a position while staying in the comfort of our homes. Hell, if we’re going to get crazy, it would bereally cool if we could interview inside of the popular action role-playing game Diablo III. But that would be silly. Oh, wait. Israeli adverting company Bauman Ber Rivnai Saatchi & Saatchi is actually doing this. Yup, you could interview for a programming position by playing Diablo III.
How To Answer The Most Oddball Interview Questions
by Jaqui Barret-Poindexter, US News and World Report
Do you like pop quizzes? Very few people do, and for good reason. But there is hardly a better tool for teachers to evaluate students’ progress and ensure that they have a grasp on a subject. These quizzes are designed to surprise the student to elicit correct answers concerning subject matter they should know by heart.
In the business world, what’s old is new again. Social networking isn’t a bad way to meet new colleagues, clients and customers. But here’s an even fresher way: retro-networking.
Strategies For Taking The ‘Good-Enough’ Job Offer
Sure, there are plenty of jobs in Chicagoland, but some potential employees have found themselves out of work for a variety of reasons, whether they like it or not. In fact, many find themselves in a situation that most job hunters dread.
Looking For A New Job? Maybe You Need To Act A Little Crazy
by Barbara Parus, CNBC
It’s scary to search for a job in today’s tough market, where unemployment has hovered over 8 percent for three years. The worse the economy is, the harder it is to get and keep a good job. With a bad economy and no credentials, sometimes it feels almost futile to search when jobs are in such short supply.