🚩 Signs Your Interview Isn't Going Well!!!
Plus: How to get the most amount of money for the least amount of work!
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In today's email:
Signs your interview isn’t going well! 3 things to watch out for in your next job interview.
Most amount of money for the least amount of work. How you can make this happen!
Conducting a successful career change! Our best tips to set you up for success.
Career Would You Rather. Do you hate Mondays or Fridays?
Dealing with family asking about your job search. Addressing nosy family members.
Here’s what’s going on in the news (related to careers of course):
LinkedIn is cutting 650 jobs.
Ford is pleading for UAW to to work with the company, not against it.
Interviewing is nerve-wracking, you’re in the hot seat and employers are trying to see if you are the best person for the job.
You have a lot to show and prove, and sometimes it gets the best of people. The best way to show an interviewer that you can do the job and will fit into the company’s culture is to be well prepared. But sometimes even the most prepared people experience interviews that don’t go well. And many times it’s for reasons out of their control.
Being able to recognize when an interview is going south won’t guarantee you can turn things around. Sometimes the employer already has the candidate for the job picked out, and are just interviewing you to go through the motions. But if you can identify these 3 signs that your interview isn’t going in the right direction, then you can do your best to save it.
Here is what you need to know…
How To Get The Most Amount Of Money For The Least Amount Of Work! 💸🤔
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How to conduct a successful CAREER CHANGE! Starting a career change can feel a little scary and if you are not prepared it can be even scarier. It’s important to know what direction you want to move your career towards, but even more important is finding the strengths and skills from your previous career that will apply to your new career. We call these your transferrable skills and they are key to a successful career change:
When it comes to our work life, sometimes choices we need to make feel difficult. Others are a no-brainer. Tell us which of the following is right for YOU!
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Family is great and they just want the best for you, but when your old aunt Jo starts nagging you about your job search, it’s easy to want to rip your hair out.
If you are in the middle of a job search, it’s going to be hard to avoid family members asking about your job situation when they see you. Especially, family members who you really only see at occasional family gatherings. With the holiday season approaching, there’s only going to be more family events and more people asking you about your job search.
So what can you do to avoid this frustrating situation?
Job search isn’t always easy, and some people just don’t understand how hard it can be. Your family wants the best for you and they probably don’t realize your work situation is not something you want to discuss at family events. Instead of getting angry at your family members when they start to get nosey, follow these six tips…
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