You’re graduating this semester. Your resume is clean, you have your reference letters in order, your suit is pressed, and you feel confident your school trained you in the skills you need to land an entry-level job and climb up the career ladder. But are you sure you’re not missing anything? Read the rest of this entry »
The world of work is changing, and whether it scares or excites you, one thing is for certain: you shouldn’t be surprised if your job doesn’t exist in two decades. Many people are fearful of the changing workforce because it means uncertainty, foreign technology, and possible unemployment. However, the recent Fast Company article “The Career of the Future Doesn’t Include A 20-Year Plan. It’s More Like Four,” shows change can be positive, and something you should expect more of in your career.
How do you prepare for a job interview? You press your suit, shine your shoes, leave extra early, and print off a copy of your resume. You might feel like everything else that happens in your interview is left to fate, but you can prepare for some of the unexpected by knowing your answers to some of the most popular and toughest questions employers can ask.