Gone but Not Forgotten – How (and When!) to Follow up After a Job Interview

May 26th, 2017

A great résumé and well-considered cover letter earned you a job interview with a leading technology company in area. You felt things went well and are hoping to receive an offer or possibly a callback for a second interview. Following up with the company in question is the plan, but you are unsure about the… Read More

How to Answer the Question: “Tell Me Something About Yourself That Isn’t Listed on Your Résumé”

April 14th, 2017

Interviewing for a technology position can be harrowing for anyone, no matter their professional experience level. Successfully handling questions that seem to come out of left field plays a big role – along with your work history and skill set – in earning you that coveted job offer. “Tell me something about yourself that’s not… Read More

Nine Engineering Job Interview Questions to Prepare For

March 10th, 2017

The job interview remains the most important part of any hiring process, and the engineering industry is no different. You need to ensure your readiness before the big day; spending time practicing with a friend serving as a hiring manager is a smart strategy. Part of your preparation also needs to focus on the typical… Read More

Nine Things You Should Keep in Mind When Interviewing With a Technical Recruiter

October 28th, 2016

Partnering with a technical recruiter is smart if you want a rewarding, lifelong technology career. When first meeting with a staffing agency, you should prepare as if you were interviewing with your dream technology company. Here are a few tips to follow when interviewing with recruiters get a great IT job. Good luck with your… Read More

Job Search Communication in the Digital Era — 5 Best Practices to Follow

October 7th, 2016

Even as the job search process evolves in the digital era, quality communication remains an important aspect of ensuring you get a job offer for the position of your dreams. You can’t simply rely on older communication channels — snail mail being the most obvious — to accomplish the task. For instance, social networks have… Read More