I am getting nowhere in my job search. I've been responding to job ads and so far I haven't had one nibble.
Balancing work – full or part-time – with added childcare and other life commi
With the rapid advancement of technology, artificial intelligence, the increase in entrepreneurs, flexible working and the increase of pensionable age, the world of work is definitely changing. Quite where we will be and what work will look like in twenty, thirty and forty years I don’t know.
You've been searching for a new job for the past six months, but you can't seem to find the right fit. With the new year, maybe it's time to throw out your old approach and try something different. Get started with these strategies.Set Realistic Expectations
Hiring Sheryl Sandberg was one of the smartest business decisions Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg ever made.
Many readers write in asking about job interview questions. While some questions help determine your skill and knowledge levels, many questions uncover your personal approach to life, pressure, problems, work and the ability to fit in. Questions interviewers use to explore what kind of person you are.
I am expecting a job offer tomorrow or the next day, but I'm a little worried that it may be low.
I told my hiring manager "Blake" that I need to earn $58,000 in base salary to accept the job. He said "That's in the range" and then we went on to another topic.
So you’ve almost made it to the end of your interview. You’re getting on well with the interviewer, are happy with the answers that you’ve given and think you’ve made a good impression. Then the interviewer asks,
Landing a job in the current market is no easy feat. An added hurdle many candidates are likely to face is a psychometric test. The problem is most candidates aren’t exactly sure what this elusive ‘psychometric test’ is. That’s because various companies refer to different assessments when they use the term ‘psychometric test’.