You get the call from human resources. You are being offered a job! Congratulations – the hardest part of your job search is over. Or is it? How can you tell if you should take the offer? Is it the job for you? Are the terms of employment what you want? How will you know?
Perhaps you have begun perusing the job postings that come across your screen from time to time with a little more interest than before. Perhaps you begin to wonder what it would be like to work a Company X rather than Company Y, where you currently are. Or, perhaps you are just feeling a general restlessness
We are often given concrete career advice to help us get ahead. Things like: Keep your skills updated Attend meetings and conferences in your field Do your job, and then some. But even if you follow through on those suggestions, and any other obvious and quantifiable suggestions you receive, there are still many intangible things that
You’ve made it to the job interview stage. Congratulations! You have gotten through the first test and are now on a short list of job candidates. Now, you must impress your interviewers. The interview is the opportunity for your future employer to test and/or judge you. The hiring team are trying to find out whether
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