When you are on the job hunt, it’s important to have an interview look in mind for the career you’re going after. Whether you’re applying to an entry-level position or you’re looking to become CEO, there’s a lot of tips to take into consideration if you want to be seen as a serious candidate from the moment you walk in the door.
Are you getting ready to attend an upcoming job fair? If you’ve been on the job hunt for awhile, or even if you’ve just begun, the thought of going to a job fair can be exciting - and also a bit stressful. There can be a lot of pressure associated with an event like a job fair, but it’s important that you go confident and well-prepared! Before walking into your next job fair, use these tips that actually work from Career Fair Plus!
In today’s world, everything is more convenient thanks to technology. With a few clicks you can have your Christmas gifts ordered, groceries delivered, and event tickets bought. Why not find a new job online? Gone are the days of having to be somewhere physically in order to get something accomplished. However, there are still benefits to attending a career fair in person, rather than searching through job postings online.
Employers set up booths at job fairs to meet and screen a large number of potential candidates in a short time. If you are attending a job fair, your goal is to avoid being screened out and move to the next step of the hiring process – usually to visit the company’s offices. Here are 5 things you need to know before you attend a job fair.
When you go through the trouble of planning a job fair, you want it to be successful. However, with so many details to juggle, it's easy to make mistakes. Luckily, most mistakes are easy to fix or work around. But beware, there are some mistakes that can impact the success of your job fair. Here are three of the biggest makes you need to avoid.