In salary negotiations, two words can mean a difference of thousands of dollars. One of the words won't be found in the dictionary, but it will put money in the bank almost every time. The other word can be very expensive.
This question could destroy you in your job interviews. you've been dreading it, hoping maybe they will overlook that yawning gap in your resume. But they probably won't. Chances are good that they will ask, "Why have you been out of work so long?"
Certainly, age discrimination is very real and rampant in today's job market. Yet, there are many other things that can be keeping you from being interviewed. If you're not getting interviews, here are a few other things that might be hurting you.
The employer has contacted you for an interview. Fabulous! But you need to be on top of your game and nail the interview. Being second or third best gets you nothing. Here are eleven things to pay at things to pay attention to make that happen.
you've heard the obvious job interview advice: Don't be late, dress appropriately, and Don't curse your former employer. you've been around the block-you know this stuff. So how else might you sabotage your interviews? Here are eight ways
you're hoping the interviewers won't ask, but they probably will. So, why were you FIRED? What about this GAP in your resume? Handling the questions you Don't want to talk about is life or death in an interview.
Bad enough that employers threw you out on the street. Maybe the full time job has eluded you for a while. You've done no wrong, but now potential employers rub salt in your wounds, asking "Why have you had so many jobs?" What do you