The likelihood that a person works at the same company over a decade is no longer the norm. Job hopping allows for more opportunity, more money, and more satisfaction, but you should never lose focus on your end career goal. Find something that not only allows for advancement, including a moving pay scale, and hopefully, you can turn the position into your long term job.Use the following tips in hopes of not looking like a job hopper to your future employers.
When heading out to interviews you need to be at the top of your game, but that means more than putting on your most professional-looking outfit and offering a firm handshake. What you say during your interview will have a huge impact on the outcome—so it’s important to avoid a few damaging questions and statements if you want to land the job. Here are 5 things you should avoid saying at a job interview.
By 2020, millennials will make up 40 percent of the hourly workforce, so now more than ever, it’s essential to have a better understanding of how these hires will contribute to your workplace. During the hiring process, the interview is always the best time to learn about expectations, skills and experience so the right questions can make all the difference. Listed below are a few question you should consider asking millennial candidates to better understand the direction the workforce is going in.
Goodbye school, hello world! Gone are the days of staying up until 2 am writing essays. Here are the days of adulting and 40 hour work weeks. As you prepare to receive that long-awaited diploma, you may be wondering, now what? With an ever-changing job market now affected by a global pandemic, finding a job after graduation is more daunting than ever before. Here are 5 job search tips for new graduates to help you stand out and secure your first job offer: