Job interviews are awesome. You study and practice answers to insightful questions such as:
“Tell me about a time when you were working on a team and someone asked you to do something unethical…”
Those questions suck. That one in particular sucks. If you have had the good fortune not to work for any sleazy dbags, you won’t have an answer, so do what everyone does: make something up.
The best part of the interview, however, is at the end. This is the time when they ask you if you have any questions for them.
Be prepared: if you don’t have any questions you ..read more
Don’t get me wrong: resumes are definitely a vital part in the process of obtaining a job. But I always laugh at three specific parts of a resume, the first of which we will look at in this article.
Objective statements are hilarious because every single one of them can be rephrased as “I want a job so I can get money.”
IT professional highly proficient with transforming established preliminary business requirements into fully functioning systems. Focused team leader capable of efficiently managing both on and offsite resources. Focused resource instrumental to exhaustive quality checks during development and testing. ..read more
The economy and job market both suck right now and everyone is getting (or has already gotten) laid off, and as a result pretty much everyone is looking for a job right now, too. As a result, a lot of “job search” websites are popping up, some of which are legit, many of which are filled with horrible advice, and a few of which are even designed to take advantage of your situation and screw you over.
Bad Advice 1: You should bypass the internet and physically go to the company’s office to drop off your resume so they can get ..read more