The new school of career-ing is all about emotional intelligence. Smart and humane employers — the kind you employers you really want to work for — know that a recruit can be educated and arrive at work with a sweet...
Put away the Word templates – this is how you create a job application. After months of being ignored for an interview at her dream job, Airbnb, Nina Mufleh's innovative resume finally caught the attention of the company's top brass – as well as that of the Internet
Words matter. And when someone is sifting through hundreds of resumes to find the perfect candidate, sometimes the wrong word has a bigger impact than a right one. Well, we're here to make sure you're resume is only filled with the latter
Getting your foot in the door at Google may be less complicated than you think. In a recent New York Times interview by Thomas Friedman, Google’s Senior Vice President of People Operations, Laszlo Bock, revealed that the hiring process is now quite simple and traditional. Oh, and don't de-value your liberal arts degree
As a recruiter who specializes in fashion, consumer goods and retail, I receive a lot of CVs from various designers, graphic artists and other creative individuals. These types of candidates are usually the ones who like to display their creativity as much as possible and will often design a unique CV in hopes to get noticed. Here's why it's best to stick to the classic model