Category: Job Search

How to Handle Job Interview Rejection

AUTHOR: Michelle K.
POSTED: September 9, 2014 at 10:40 am

The worst part of the job search is obviously the rejection. Nothing hurts more than investing your time and energy into a interview and feeling really positive about it, only to receive the dreaded rejection letter or maybe you don’t hear anything at all.  How do you overcome this? Here are some tips to help you... » Read Full Article

How to Target the Places You Want to Work

AUTHOR: Michelle K.
POSTED: May 20, 2014 at 11:03 am

I remember in college my advisor stressing the importance of having a “target company list.” She kept telling me to do the research and have a plan, “This is your career and it’s important to find a good company to work for. You wouldn’t buy a car without doing the research, so why wouldn’t you... » Read Full Article

“Strategies for Veterans to Land a Civilian Job”

AUTHOR: Greg Wood and Tom Stein
POSTED: December 19, 2013 at 2:00 pm

If you’re a Veteran and you want to learn the best strategies for transitioning your experience into Civilian employment, you will want to read The Hire Tactics. Tom Stein and Greg Wood’s The Hire Tactics goes in depth to provide a meaningful “how-to” guide for today’s veteran looking to enter the private employment market. Their approach... » Read Full Article

“UnWrap a New Job”

AUTHOR: Michelle K.
POSTED: December 17, 2013 at 9:49 am

Ah, the holidays— buying and wrapping presents, ugly sweater parties, family gatherings… and preparing for a new job. The holiday season is a great time to polish your resume, your shoes, and ring in the New Year with a new career. Get focused and refocus Take the time to evaluate your career goals: where you’ve... » Read Full Article