Part 2: Interviews
Last month we shared the most typical blunders recruiters see on resumes. Now that your resume is flawless and you are likely going to be interviewed for your dream job, we should move on to the interviews.
Interviewers will not only be assessing your ability to do the job, but also how you will fit in with the company, culture, and team. Make sure you bring your A-game and read on for things to avoid during your interview. Continue reading “The Biggest Blunders of Job Searching: Part 2 Interviews”
Times are hard. Unemployment is high. Networking and maintaining job-relevant connections is more important than ever. Employers literally get hundreds of applications for each job posting. One of the most useful ways to make yourself stand out in a crowd (besides things like credentials and resumes) is to have a personal recommendation. In my last post, I talked about the importance of making small talk (no matter how scary it seems!). Here, we’ll take it a step further. Once you’ve met new people and added them to your contacts list and perhaps your social networking sites, how can you use these contacts to help you achieve your goals? Continue reading “Networking for Scientists Part II: How to Get a Job (Hopefully)”