Anxieties are very tough to deal with especially during an interview. I am one who has anxiety’s often and for that being I know there are many like me. Here are five very helpful tips of my best solutions on how to deal with anxiety though an interview.
While the entire job hunting process can take weeks or even months, the actual work that needs to be done depends on you. In this article you’ll find 2 steps that can be done in 2 hours to receive your first response, even if you’re starting from scratch.
The cover letter is every bit as important as your resume and should always accompany your resume or CV. Your cover letter introduces you (and your resume) to your prospective employer.
Are you a fresh graduate and planning to look for a job? Did you just recently quit your job and are looking for greener pastures? Are you unemployed and have little experience regarding ways to secure a job?
While there are some candidates who invest a lot of their energy in getting as many interviews as possible to increase their chances, my advice is to concentrate all of your energy on one dream job. If you don’t get it, you will gain a worthwhile experience that will make other interviews look like a piece of cake.
Although some still employ the personal approach of leaving off their resume at the door, the internet has been the usual medium of choice for searching for a job these days. It offers a lot of conveniences such as not having to drive around, saving on paper, and the convenience of sending off your resume to as many companies simply in just your pajamas. However, as with any convenience, searching for a job online also comes with its own setbacks. In fact, it can be a waste of time. Why is that so?
So obvious, but so true…
Who doesn’t want to be in the right place at the right time in order to land a perfect opportunity? Whether it be the opportunity to be the first in line at a busy coffee shop or the opportunity for a better job position, we all want to have that ONE chance.