Risk vs. Reward at the Job Interview

Risk vs. Reward at the Job Interview

Earlier in my career I found myself sitting in a corporate office, replete with clichéd leather couches, anxiously awaiting the start of my interview for a communications role. Trying to relax, I forced myself to stop going over questions and answers in my head and...
6 More Questions to Ask During Your Job Interview

6 More Questions to Ask During Your Job Interview

Earlier this year I discussed 3 Questions You Should Ask Your Interviewer. Turns out there are 9 questions you should ask (oops!). Thus this addendum. Be sure to put the following to your interviewer (and yourself) before you accept a new position: “What will be...
TMI for a Job Interview

TMI for a Job Interview

When going to an interview, pretend (a little) that you are going to a dinner party…either with your own family, or some other clan. And be hip to the fact that certain topics are inappropriate at such assemblages. Your political or religious affiliation...
5 Ways to Clear Your Head Pre-Interview

5 Ways to Clear Your Head Pre-Interview

You’re at the interview, but you’re not AT the interview. Know what I mean? Sure, you’re physically present in the sense that your body is sitting in a chair and your mouth is dutifully moving up and down, answering the questions being asked of you by your...
6 Tips for Job Seekers Relocating to a New State

6 Tips for Job Seekers Relocating to a New State

All types of detours the course of life doth hurl in our path! One of them is when, for reasons either personal or professional, we move to another part of the country, needing to find work. To make sure your employment status proceeds along with as few hitches as...