Teena Rose is a columnist, public speaker, and a professional resume writer with Resume to Referral. She’s authored several books, including “20-Minute Cover Letter Fixer” and “Cracking the Code to Pharmaceutical Sales.”
It’s common to be nervous before attending an interview. I mean heck… sweaty palms, fumbling over words, lack of eye contact… it happens all the time. I see many signs of interview nervousness and tend to blow it off to just that. However, there are some instances where the manager just couldn’t ignore the red
One thing that people don’t always remember in an interview is to look at the way their interviewer is responding physically instead of just verbally. You are supposed to talk about yourself when you are interviewing in order to let the person interviewing know how great you are and why you are a fit for
The weekends are a great time to relax and spend time with your family and friends, but there are also some things that you should be thinking about over the weekend which can help you to prepare you for your interviews the following week. During the weekend you may have more people available to help
In a past life, I spent more than two years as a headhunter in the technology sector and have nothing but admiration for people who have found success in the world of recruitment. It’s competitive and requires confidence, determination and a positive mindset.
PITTSBURGH — In the words of comedian Stephen Colbert, on Oct. 28 during the biggest, most consequential, most public job interview in the U.S., the first question was one “that no one in human history has ever answered honestly.” The moderators of the third Republican presidential debate kicked off a long evening with that dreaded
When you leave a job interview, you should have a solid understanding of what the role entails, whether you’ll be a good fit for the team, and enough information to make a smart career decision. But far too often candidates will ask questions that just scratch the surface of these topics, or (gasp!) ask no
At the very end of almost every job interview, recruiters are likely to ask you whether you’ve got any questions. This moment can be tricky. If you think that by answering negatively, you seem well-informed and in no need for further information, you’re wrong. This answer might send a message that you’re not interested or