Posts tagged “career strategies” (Page 4)

How social media got me a job at Google

*Earl was a recent graduate and unemployed software engineer. He began developing a job search strategy by applying to websites, including Monster, Beyond and CareerBuilder, and by connecting with members in his network. Earl managed to receive a phone interview with Dell. Days later when he followed up with Dell, both the person who interviewed him and the position were gone. Instead of feeling crushed by the negative experience, Earl began updating his portfolio, which included getting his cover letter [...]

7 Simple Job Search Principles That Get Results

While it may be tough to job search, the outcome of your effort is determined by the means of your method. If you constantly end up being last on the list of applicants or not getting any follow-up calls, then suffice it to say, there’s something wrong with how you do your job hunting. In principle, job search strategy is not just some random activity of looking for jobs to give you an income; instead, it is a job [...]

Open Ended Questions For Your Interview

In this article, I will provide a rather unique approach to ensuring that you stand out from the other applicants applying for the same position. It requires only two things from you: a bit of research and about four to five very, very important and well-prepared open-ended questions. That’s all!