When it comes to interviewing you always want to put your best foot forward. You rehearse answers to standard questions and prepare to discuss your background. What about the things you should NOT bring up on your interview? Things you should never say? In order to make a great first impression, avoid saying the following:
We all know that sitting down to write your resume can be stressful. You have one page (two if you have over 10 years of experience) to sell yourself and your skills, and it has to be perfect. That is a lot of pressure! An easy place to start is with what you can leave out. Take a look at these five things you should never include on your resume:
Now that 2019 is officially underway it is time to start working on those resolutions! If your goal for 2019 is to find a new job then youre in luck. Boston investment firms are hiring! So, what are the next steps in achieving your goal of finding a new job? Lets take a look:
Applying for jobs and getting nowhere can be frustrating, to say the least. You know you'd be able to sell yourself if you could just get in for an interview and meet the right people. So, let's review some tips to help you get in front of HR and asked in for an interview.
Regardless of how well-qualified you are for a job, if your resume doesnt include keywords tied to the industry and position youre seeking, it may not get a second look.