Think of UX as the doctor of the body, maintaining the overall health of the body while UI brings on the sexy and keeps the body looking fine. Clear as mud, right?
In a rocky job market, it can take quite a bit of effort to find gainful employment. When preparing your resume avoid the top four mistakes that could get in your way of finding the perfect job.
Dealing with job references is often times like dealing with the pink elephant in the room. You know you’re supposed to address and take care of this issue, but because you don’t know where to start, you simply don’t take action at all.
It’s not that easy to change careers. Whether you’re looking for a new job or considering a new business venture, you’ll have to go through several steps to get where you want. Here are some tips to keep in mind when entering a new industry.
So, you finally completed your resume, and now it is time to compose your application letter. To get noticed you want your application letter to stand out to the hiring manager.
Your resignation letter should be a short letter that formally informs your current employer that you are leaving your job. You may have to serve a notice period of a month or two after submitting your resignation letter.
Video interviews are becoming more popular each day. If you haven’t been a part of a video interview yet, you likely will be at some point. The good news is preparing for a video interview is similar to preparing for a traditional interview.
Imagine you’ve just had a great interview with the hiring manager for a new job you’d love. The hiring manager has one last question: “So, do you have any questions for me?” Are you ready? Have you planned ahead or come up with new questions during the course of the interview? We’ve put together a […]
You may be saying all the right things during your big interview, but your body language might be undermining your chance at a new job. Check out these tips to avoid common body language pitfalls.
Your interviewer is already forming their opinion of you from the moment you walk through the door–and how you present yourself will have a substantial impact on whether or not you’re hired.
Sometimes you know what type of interview you’re going to walk into and sometimes you don’t. So to be prepared for anything, let’s take a brief look at varying interview types.
Many companies start the job interview process with a telephone interview to get to know a candidate before the in-person interview. This allows the interviewer to select the best potential employee for the next step in the interview process and save a lot of time. Some people don’t represent themselves best over the phone, so […]
Whether you’re actively seeking new employment or might be open to a new career move, it’s a good idea to make sure your resume is ready when opportunity knocks. Making the following simple “renovations” can transform your resume and increase your chances of standing out in the crowd. 1. Ask yourself: “Does this need to be […]
Looking for a job is one of the most stressful activities in a person’s life. It is especially difficult if what you’re searching for requires certain levels of experience or you don’t meet all qualifications.
Nearly 75% of all applicants for any position are easily removed in this initial screening process. Did you get that? Within the first 10 seconds of resume review, 75% of applicants are rejected. Hasta la vista. Catch you later. Thanks for applying.
Gone are the days of delivering printed resumes to your potential employer’s office. Rather, now you have to worry about keyword usage, electronic formats, and automated scanning. Learn more about how to navigate modern resume writing.