The Best Careers for Early Birds and Night Owls

The Best Careers for Early Birds and Night Owls

Campus

Lately it seems the Internet has a particular liking for topics that pit one group of people against another. For every Buzzfeed article that gives props to extroverts, you’ll find another on Huffington Post that praises introverts for their quiet nature. Then you have those that talk about the differences between men and women, gen ... more

The Millennial’s Job Hunting Guide: Tips and Tricks for Gen Y Job Seekers

The Millennial’s Job Hunting Guide: Tips and Tricks for Gen Y Job Seekers

Corporate World Welcome Kit

Millennials, the generation of people born in 1981 – 2000, often get a bad rap from the older generations. They are often seen as lazy, materialistic, entitled and spoiled, with the media adding fuel to the fire by hyping their supposed shortcomings on magazine covers, news articles and essays around the web. This same group of ... more

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8 Types of Job Interviews Every Candidate Must Know

Ace Your Interview

To get ahead of the competition, all job candidates must be prepared every step of the way. From learning how to make a resume that catches hirers’ eyes to studying common interview questions and answers, no stone should be left unturned if one wants to come out on top. To add into your job hunting ... more

Examples of a Powerful Career Objectives

Examples of Career Objective Statements for Your Resume

Guide to the Perfect Resume

Career objective statements are no longer given the right attention they deserve.Anti-career objective evangelists a.k.a. those who oppose the idea of including a career objective statement in resumes have exceedingly undermined the relevance of resume objectives that not a lot of people pay attention to it anymore. While majority of job seekers still choose to ... more

6 Strategies for Conducting Better Job Interviews

6 Strategies for Conducting Better Job Interviews

Talent Acquisition

We’ve talked about extensively how candidates can best prepare for their job interviews before (find all of our job interview tips here), but we’re running the spotlight this time on the people who conduct the interviews. The truth of the matter is that interviewers are a lot like the people they interview—they get nervous too ... more

10 Social Media Red Flags to Take Note of When Seeking a Job in Sales

10 Items To Keep Off Your Social Media Profiles When Seeking A Job In Sales

Sales & Business Development

Working in sales is certainly one of the most attractive career paths for job seekers to take. Compensation-wise a career in sales is a rewarding one as long as you’re willing to make the extra effort. Sales jobs are often commission-based when it comes to pay, meaning you earn based on the amount of successful sales ... more

Crucial Skills Employers Look for in Filling Engineering Job Posts

Crucial Skills Employers Look for in Filling Engineering Job Posts

Engineering

So you’ve just graduated from college with an engineering degree, now what?   First of all, congratulations!   Surviving the grueling four to five years of engineering school is no walk in the park so you deserve all the praises you get.   Afterwards though, the “real world” awaits and you have to make a decision…fast! The engineering ... more

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Application Letter Sample for Fresh Graduates

Cover Letter Guide

Are you a recent graduate currently looking for a job? If you are, then you must have experienced firsthand how challenging it is to write an application letter. An application letter is one of the first few things that you need to prepare when applying for a job. Your application letter, together with your resume, ... more