Five Easy Ways to Show Enthusiasm in a Job Interview

July 26th, 2013

Part of putting your best foot forward at a job interview is showing that you’re passionate about the opportunity. But what if you tend to be more introverted and quiet? What if it’s not in your nature to be animated or expressive? Here’s how you can show that you’re really interested in the job: Show… Read More

No Time to “Hem” and “Haw” – The Value of a Fast Hiring Decision

July 19th, 2013

In the high pressure world of IT initiatives, sometimes you need to hire someone yesterday. Whether it’s because an important project can’t progress without the right person, or simply because your organization loses so much money for every day a position isn’t filled, there are times you have to make a quick hiring decision. When… Read More

Is Your Resume Sending Up Red Flags?

July 12th, 2013

If you’re lucky, a hiring manager will spend 20-30 seconds looking over your resume. More likely, he or she will only spend six seconds. So not only do you need to make those six seconds count, you have to avoid being disqualified immediately. Here are five red flags that will get your resume tossed aside… Read More

Experience? Education? Certifications? – Which is More Valuable to Your Job Search?

July 5th, 2013

Most employers say they want a combination of education and experience. And most experts will say that getting certifications in your field will give you that extra edge when you’re looking for a job. But which of the three is the most important? Can experience make up for the lack of a degree, or does… Read More