Post-Covid Interview Questions & How to Answer Them

As we all get fully vaccinated and slowly return to the new normal post-pandemic, the job market is starting to open up and many are throwing themselves back into the job search. Just like with any job search, you’ll have to prepare yourself for the interview and the questions your prospective employer will ask. However, […]

How to Deal with Job Search Depression

Job Search Depression – it’s a real thing, and it sucks. You feel rejected and defeated by all the ghosting or just flat-out “NOs.” If you have a family or roommates depending on you, you may even feel like you’re letting down those who are important to you. Many are getting discouraged, especially during the […]

Common Interview Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

We hosted a poll on LinkedIn to ask our audience which topic they wanted to hear about on our next podcast episode, and the most interesting topic for our community right now is – what are the most common interview mistakes job seekers make and how can I avoid making them myself?   We answer […]

The Hiring Process from the Recruiter’s POV

With furloughs, lay-offs, and full terminations happening at companies nationwide, many employees have found themselves back on the job search. As you go through interview after interview and send in application after application, you’re probably wondering what the hiring manager is thinking through the whole process. Are you asking yourself: What is the hiring process […]

How to Create a Compelling LinkedIn Profile

In the digital age, it’s impossible to job search effectively without an online presence, especially in regard to LinkedIn. Your profile is your online résumé, with one crucial difference: write it in first person. Recruiters and hiring managers are actively looking on LinkedIn for their next prospect. So, how do you get noticed and land […]

5 Job Search Tips for Post-Grads During COVID-19

We know the post-grad life. It’s tough to find a job after graduation under normal circumstances, but it’s going to be even worse for recent graduates now that we’re in an economic crisis brought on by our current pandemic. USA Today points out that, “Nearly 4 million college students are expected to graduate next month […]

6 Things to Do If You’re Laid Off During COVID-19

We’re in an uncertain time and many companies are having to make cutbacks to reduce expenses. Unfortunately, one of those cutbacks is to staff. Several people are losing their jobs and they’re left wondering, “what now?” We all feel a little lost at the moment. We’re all looking for some answers to our laundry list […]

How to Ace your Video Interview

With social distancing, companies have had to get creative with interviewing, but that doesn’t mean they’ve stopped altogether. Most businesses have taken interviews via video chatting. Video interviews provide a little more freedom to keep notes by your side while you interview. It should still be treated like a real in-person interview, even with extra […]

Your Body Talks: The Dos and Don’ts of Body Language During an Interview

Interviews are our worst fear realized; Every little thing we say and do is being carefully judged. So, our body language matters as much as the language we’re speaking when answering questions. But, there’s good news. Body language is as much for you as it is to impress them. Your body sends messages internally while […]

How to Crush the Behavioral Interview

  While we can’t predict every question an interviewer will ask, we can prepare for the most common ones. Among those common interview inquiries are the six most common behavioral interview questions. When crafting an answer, it helps to know the purpose of each question and why it’s being asked. Each question has a goal. […]