(By Sara McCord) “Just make sure you don’t over-reach for relevant experience. For example, do not try to explain how babysitting prepared you to be
(By Jenny Foss) “Yes, yes, yes: You absolutely should study the job description for each job you plan to pursue, and you should mirror some
(By Judith A. Stock) “You can’t sound bored or uninterested if you have a smile on your face. Put a mirror on your desk to see
(By Kathryn Minshew) “A formula I really like to use is called the Present-Past-Future formula. So, first you start with the present—where you are right now.
(By Laszlo Bock) “Unless you’re applying for a job such as a designer or artist, your focus should be on making your resume clean and legible.
(By Lily Zhang) “When a hiring manager asks, “What’s your greatest strength?” or “Tell me about yourself,” he or she really means that plus, “and how
(By Uvisor) “Besides showcasing your amazing researching skills, this question also gives you a great opening to talk about your relevant skills and experience. Highlight
(By Jenny Foss) “If the reason for your employment gap is because you’ve been in school and just graduated, pull the education section of your
(By Peggy McKee) “In those situations, you really have to step back and prioritize. I get input from my supervisor about what he or she thinks
(By Jessica Hernandez) “A great way to build your confidence for the interview is to practice before the big day. You can do this by