How do you structure a cover letter? What kinds of information should you include? Is there a a specific tone? So many question and so many answers. Check out these tips for writing a great cover letter!
When you think of a cover letter you probably think of an application cover letter but there are actually more types of cover letters, each with different intentions and different tones. Check out this overview of three types of cover letters.
No one wants to fail. Sometimes it feel like failure is the worst thing in the world. And maybe it is for that moment. But from rock bottom the only place to go is up. This week we share how rising up from devastating failure helped J.K. Rowling become one of the most successful writers of her generation.
Obviously every job interview is different, but there are three questions they will for sure ask. Make sure you are ready for them.
The time has come. The interviewer is at the dreaded question – why do you want this job? If it’s not your dream job the real answer is probably something like – I need money to pay rent and buy clothes and food.
Obviously that’s not what the interviewer wants to or should hear. Here are a few tips for answering that sometimes difficult question.
Some criticism is very helpful and meant well, but some is just plain criticism that should not be taken to heart. Here are some guidelines to help you determine which is which.
When listening to career advice it’s important to remember that the employment situation is constantly evolving and what was good advice in the past may not still be relevant. This is part two of our two part series on outdated career advice.