Part 1: submitting your application.
Part 2 talks about the initial screening process. Your resume has captured the attention of a hiring manager. What can you do to maximize moving onto the next round?
Continue reading “How to get a job, part 2: first round interviews.”
Being on the other side of the table for job interviews has given me perspective on what employers look for. I’d like to share my thoughts, from an employer’s perspective, on how to successfully land a job. Continue reading “How to get a job, part 1: submitting your application.”
In the past 365 days, I have:
- Flown 67,996 miles
- Been on 34 flights
- Entered 11 countries
The majority of my travel posts have been biased towards the perks of travel. Seems great, right, being able to see the world? Yes and no. Continue reading “Business: the reality of international travel.”
Almost two years ago, I submitted an internship application to an employer. I ended up working for her for about one year, writing articles for the online platform Jetset Times, which she had founded.
I had only met Wendy twice during that time, as it was remote work. Continue reading “Jetsettin’ with Wendy.”
I woke up this morning, looking calm on the outside. What I looked like on the inside:
ASDKLFjlasdfn asd8fuN我蛤8阿三得分阿三對方OOW# RJONI@JRFKLN. Continue reading “Last day in the United States.”
Current time: 9pm, Pacific Time, October 17
Tonight’s post is about you. By you, I mean every college student who is unsure of employment prospects in the near future. By you, I mean every recent college graduate still looking for work.
But before I talk about you, I want to talk about me. Continue reading “Up in the Air in 15 hours: thoughts on job hunting.”