Employers want to know who they hired, and that’s the person they expect to show up for the first day of work.
Story telling during a job interview is an excellent way to share your experience and skills.
One way to show the employer what you’re actually like is to tell a story. When you’re asked questions during a job interview, relay the specific skills and experience you have, as well as how you handled the situations you’re asked about.
Never say anything bad about a previous employer.
You should send a thank you note after a job interview.
Networking is an essential component of successful job hunting.
Most jobs are still found by networking, whether it’s online or in-person. You never know who can help you find your next job unless you tell your connections that you’re job seeking.
References can make a big difference in getting hired.
References are important, and employers check them. Get recommendations from bosses, co-workers, clients, subordinates, and suppliers.
It’s acceptable to apply for the same job more than once.