It may sound corny, but once you get the interview invitation, there are some basics that you need to be aware of to maintain your best chances of getting the job. Continue reading
I was going back through old paperwork in my career folder recently and found a “Total Compensation & Retirement Plan Projection Statement”. It was sent to all employees back in 2009 when the whole country seemed to be either laying off staff or cutting staff pay in exchange of keeping their job. Many of us took this as a “hey, it’s better than nothing” sort of approach.
At first glance, I remember being a little upset. It felt like a slap in the face or pat on the back kind of thing. But after taking a moment to really absorb the information, I realized that this was actually a pretty cool way to see the full package that I was getting. I had no idea. And I think that is the case for many folks out there. We tend to focus on salary rather than the total compensation we receive. Continue reading
There’s no denying it… the healthcare field is one of the top industries for growth. With more prevalent diseases and aging Americans on the rise, the demand for healthcare related professionals continues to increase.
An interview is a two way street. It’s not only a time where the interviewer is trying to determine the right candidate, but it’s also a time where you, the candidate, has the opportunity to ask questions that will help you decide if this is the right position for you. If you have landed an interview, there are some important interview questions you should ask yourself as well as the interviewer.
Job happiness is different for everyone but positions that pay well, offer growth, have low stress levels, and offer a good work-life balance are key to success.
Congratulations! You landed an interview. After the excitement wears off, the nerves and anxiety set in, and usually like to stay for a while. They increase to an all time high when you’re in the hot seat, but don’t worry there are plenty of tips to calm nerves so you’re not a ball of anxiety during the interview.
The demand for STEM jobs is off the charts, but many job seekers don’t know half the positions out there. STEM jobs aren’t just your typical crunching numbers or lab work, there are STEM jobs out there that are pretty cool!