Job interviews can be daunting. No matter what we do, it is hard to ever feel fully prepared for them. However, finding the balance between your technical skills and your soft skills can increase your chances of getting hired.
After receiving your degree, you will most likely start looking for a job that interests you. Today, the majority of employers are seeking future employees that can offer valued specialized skills that can enhance their company.
Technical skills are a great way to boost an employer’s confidence in you. These skills allow you to have deeper-than-average knowledge of modern systems, and can make you infinitely more desirable among recruiters.
Your resume has approximately 6.25 seconds to catch a recruiter’s attention. In order to stand out and hold a recruiter’s attention for more than 6 seconds, you have to stop creating the same old, boring resume.
Love is in the air and candidates everywhere are hoping to score big with the right hiring manager. Whether it’s your next big move, summer internship or first real job, it’s all a big game of attraction.
Teamwork is not a choice. In the increasingly team-oriented work world that we live in, skills that help you foster good relationships are crucial and necessary for getting hired and doing well at your job.
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