Nervous for Your Interview? Relax! (But not too much...)

In any given compilation of advice on interview success, you will likely find suggestions along the lines of “Relax! Just be yourself and have a good…


Is It Really About Who You Know, Not What You Know?

Whether you are a new grad trying desperately to gain your footing in Corporate America, or you are a seasoned professional in between jobs or…


Job Advice for New Grads

If you are one of the proud graduates of the Class of 2012 that recently crossed over from being a mere "student" to now a "job seeker" hungry to…


How Might Your Emails be Sabotaging Your Job Search?

When consumed by a job hunt, it is easy to exhaust your attention to detail on the obvious job search tools, such as your resume, cover letter, and…


Extracurriculars: What to Put on Your Resume and What to Leave Off

As you march across the stage to seize your shiny new diploma and ride off into the sunset of your bright post-grad future, it is important to…


How to Stand Out from Other Online Resumes

It can be difficult enough to get your resume to stand out from the dozens of other 8.5 by 11 sheets of Times New Roman font sitting atop the hiring…


Business Advice We Learned from Mom

With Mother's Day this weekend (yes, if you forgot up until now, you still have time!), we thought it would be nice to post a little tribute to…


The Benefits of Being a Temporary Employee

Last month, we put up a post outlining why temporary workers are a great option for employers looking to diversify, expand, or augment their staff.…


"Why Did You Leave Your Last Job?" Tips for Answering this Baffling Interview Question

When you're sitting in the hot seat with interview questions being fired at you, sometimes you can't help but think some of the inquiries are…


Keeping Motivated During Your Job Search

During that initial period of unemployment, you might have a ton of energy and enthusiasm around your job hunt.  You've got your highlighters and…