How to Make the Most of a Video Interview

For job seekers who are hoping to work remotely or relocate, video has become a reality of the interview process. Like phone interviews, video interviews can be daunting, but we know how to make the most of its challenges. Look the Part Just like an in-person interview, you have to dress appropriately for the job… Read more »

Handwritten or Email? Sending Your Post-Interview Thank-You Note

One thing is certain: after a job interview, it is important to thank your interviewer with a note that acknowledges their time, relevant points from the conversation, and your interest in the position. It’s far more complicated, however, deciding how you want to deliver your note. Should you send an email or write a handwritten… Read more »

Pre-Interview Preparation that Ensures Success

Just like professional athletes commit to standard routines before a game or competition, job seekers should have their own pre-interview routine in place. Whether you prefer to quietly reflect on the upcoming event or energize yourself in preparation, knowing and following a routine can help you focus on the goal ahead and in turn, increase… Read more »

Should You Apply to a Job if You Don’t Have a “Required Skill”?

It’s difficult to meet every single requirement listed on a job description.  Oftentimes, candidates will be well qualified for a great position but lack one or two of the listed requirements. The good news is companies will still consider a strong candidate even if they do not meet all expectations.  However, there are always the… Read more »