How to Write a Great Cover Letter
For most people writing a cover letter is one of the most difficult parts of the job search. You have to sell yourself, but be modest. You have to be professional, but you also want your personality to come out. Learning to write a great cover letter can be hard. We’re here to make it a little easier.
Being an Introvert in the Workplace
Some people may assume that being an introvert in the workplace might hinder your career because you don’t “sell yourself”, but they would be wrong.
You’ve probably heard a million examples about how to be successful. But here’s our version of three keys to success and what you can do to move up in your career.
If you’ve sent in hundreds of job applications but no one is getting back to you, have you thought of revamping your resume? Just like anything else, if something isn’t going the way you want it to be, try something new and change things up. Watch this video for three ways to help you do this.
Never leave the job interview without asking the employer a few questions about the position or company. Here are some of the top four quality questions to spill out so you sound prepared and enthusiastic!
Life after graduation can be scary, but you’ll be fine. Here’s our video with some tips on how to get started!
Wondering if your resume’s been read?
Don’t be afraid to follow up with your future employers!
Learn how to effectively network your way to the top by being aggressive, but in a professional manner.
It’s the little things that count. Employers notice everything you do from the minute you walk into the interview to when you step out. They’re taking notes of everything you say and do during the job interview so make sire you follow these steps to ensure professionalism!
Sometimes when you don’t think it’s a big deal, doesn’t mean it’s not a big deal to the interviewer. Watch this video for some of the common things that people tend to forget to do or not do during a job interview that can save your chances at being hired.