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.
With any software purchase, cost is always a concern and Career Fair Plus is no different. We understand that Career Services Offices (CSOs) and other fair organizers don’t have unlimited budget. We start by pricing our service fairly and we strive to provide a tremendous amount of value. At the same time, we have built our costs and features in a way that allows many of our customers to see zero cost for using Career Fair Plus. Below are some ideas that may help you.
Finally scheduling an interview with a potential employer after a long job search is both exciting and nerve-wracking. There can be a lot of pressure to perform well and impress the hiring manager, especially if it’s a job that you really want.
Recruiting fairs are abundant with chances to learn about the many opportunities available after you finish school. Many times, recruiting fairs even have opportunities such as internships or summer jobs that you can take advantage of before you graduate. How do you prepare to get the most out of a career fair? What should you bring to a recruiting fair?
Topics: Recruiting Fair