Good preparation for an interview includes researching the company and the position you’re applying for, but it also includes researching the individuals who will be interviewing you. Here are some tips for helpful research you can do. Read More
Highly qualified workers face a special challenge when applying for jobs. They risk being told they are overqualified. But by positioning their qualifications as a perfect match, they can avoid the label and interview successfully. In this video, Jobfully’s Carrie Krueger explains how. Read More
An interview isn’t just an employer’s chance to grill potential candidates – it’s an opportunity for both you and the employer to exchange information. This week’s video highlights the three top things you and your interviewer should be focusing on. Read More
Many job seekers, particularly mature workers, have experienced interviewing with someone much younger or less experienced than themselves. It’s a common scenario and need not lead to disaster. Here’s how to handle it. Read More
Body language can make or break a job interview. In this video learn how to convey capability, interest and professionalism with body language. Read More
Mature workers are sometimes concerned that their age may prevent them from getting hired. The reality is that age alone is very rarely a reason for eliminating a job candidate. Hiring managers are always looking for the best person to get the job done. Age is irrelevant if capability, likability and fit are all strong. When applying and interviewing:
Do you feel like you are trying everything but still not getting the results you want from your job search? Troubleshooting your job search is the way to discover where your job search is stalled, and make fixes. Our wrap up of Troubleshooting Tuesday tackles some symptoms of a job search that is not at its best, and what you can do to make it better.