🤫 Interview Secrets to Beat the Competition!
Plus: How to condense your resume without losing value.
Hello Everyone and Happy Wednesday!
In today's email:
Interview secrets to help beat the competition! Our 5 best interview tips to boost your confidence.
How to find a job you actually enjoy. Because you should love what you do!
How to find a job as a new grad. Tips and tricks for your entire job search journey.
Career WWYD. What would YOU do?
How to condense your resume without losing value. Let’s get rid of all the “fluff” in your resume.
Here’s what’s going on in the news (related to careers of course):
Don’t waste your time worrying about the other candidates you are up against in a job interview.
If you spend your time worrying about the other candidates then you are going sike yourself out. Let’s face the truth, the others are just as qualified as you are or else they wouldn’t be there. But you are qualified too, you need to focus on yourself and proving to the employer that YOU are the best person for the job. And that’s not going to happen by worrying about other people.
So get those thoughts out of your head and let’s focus on you!
We have some interview secrets on how to be more confident in your interviews and stop worrying about your competitors. You got this!
How To Find A Job You Actually Enjoy! 😍
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How to find a job as a new grad! Finding your first job after college can feel a bit daunting. Where do I start? How do I create my resume? How do I find companies and jobs I want to work for? The whole thing can feel overwhelming and that’s okay! We have tips to help you with your job search, your resume, and even advice for when you do get a job offer. Don’t stress too much about finding a job because you got this:
What Would You Do? Below is a work story that isn't true, but it could be! Read this workplace dilemma and then share what YOU would do by clicking the link and submitting your advice. We'd love to hear your response, and may even feature it in the newsletter!
Amina has worked for the same company for 5 years. During the pandemic, a bunch of her co-workers quit or were laid off. The company made it and is starting to grow again but, in spite of her asking, her boss refuses to hire her some help. She is doing her original job, plus the jobs of 2 other employees who left. When she pointed that out, the boss told her she was paid well (she was given a big raise) and that this was the new expectation of the job. When Patricia started looking for other jobs, she quickly realized she was getting paid way higher than others and that she’d be taking a 30% pay cut if she left. But she’s not sure how much more she can keep up with the 60 hour workweeks and the deadline stress.
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We live in a world where condensed communication is becoming more and more popular.
Social media has created a place where short posts and videos dominate the preferred way to obtain information. Because of that, we feel more pressure to be brief in our communication for time and efficiency. This holds true to resumes too, in recent years the preferred length of a resume has been cut down to only a few pages.
If your resume is long, how could you possibly condense it to a few pages?
Less is more when it comes to resume writing and job seekers tend to add too much “fluff” in their resumes. “Fluff” includes anything from run on sentences to details that are irrelevant. By cutting these unnecessary parts of your resume you will be able to condense your resume into a length that is more acceptable. Recruiters only have so much time in the day to look at resumes, so if you can consolidate all of the important information about yourself, you will have a better chance of moving along in the hiring process.
Here are ten ways you can condense your resume without losing it’s value…
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