You know how to behave on a job interview already: Dress well, speak confidently, ask questions, do your research, have a firm handshake. But there are steps to take the night before a job interview that can definitely help your … More
Preparing for a job interview isn’t too tough. You already know the basics: Dress up, Google the company, don’t show up sipping a Frappuccino. But there are a few more tricks for less conventional job interviews that you may not … More
You have a killer cover letter. You have a revamped resume. Now all you have to do is snag that ever-elusive job interview. Here are ways to make sure potential employers notice you and invite you in! Hint: It involves … More
If you have a job interview coming, you’re probably aware of the major things you need to do: Dress well, draft a resume, wash your hair, practice your responses to the usual droning questions. But there are a few important … More
Job interviews are nerve wracking, but you can feel much more in control if you know what’s in store for you when you get there–and if you know what the most common job interview mistakes are, so you can avoid … More
About 200,000 new jobs were added to the U.S. economy last month, which is swell. But how on Earth can you go about getting one of them with such cutthroat competition? NBC News interviewed three influential pros to find out … More
Just in time for final exams, we’re thrilled to welcome Flynn Coleman, lawyer, yogi, and founder of SAMYA Practice, who has a wealth of experience and knowledge to share about staying balanced as a law student and lawyer.
Why don’t you brew a nice cup of tea, breathe deeply, and settle in? Here’s Flynn! More
Ruth Baron has not one but two romantic-comedy-worthy jobs: Oprah.com editor and young-adult author. Her YA thriller Defriended drops next week—pre-order it now for $9, a.k.a., the cost of a latte in 2015. She’s also one of those girls who just knows everything cool (and, ok, weird!) a good six months before you do—if that doesn’t make you want to read on, we don’t know what will. More
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According to Emily Matchar, author of the new book “Homeward Bound: Why Women Are Embracing the New Domesticity,” Sex and the City and its plot lines may as well have played out on a different planet Earth.
Have you heard of The Betches before? These ladies, a collective of women who started their website “Betches Love This,” are expanding their empire with a new book, Nice Is Just A Place In France: How To Win At Basically Everything. We were lucky enough to ask them a couple of questions about writing a book, being funny women, and who they (however grudgingly) admire. More
In the Baby-sitters Club version of our lives, Mollie Chen would be our Kristy—not because she’s always wearing turtlenecks or getting all bossy, but because she’s just so good at stuff. Editorial director of our favorite beauty site Birchbox by day, Mollie is also a ridiculously good cook—to the point where you question when and how much she sleeps. And while we still don’t have the answer to that query, Mollie did share her tip for at least looking awake. More
Job Candidate #17 has just entered your office and is now seated, all smiles, focused on you like a laser beam, eager to answer your interview questions.
You’ve already read her resume and jotted down a few inquiries about her qualifications. After a long search, you’re hopeful. With this hire, you get the chance to make a key decision with long-lasting ramifications for the company.
What if, instead of choosing a dream employee, you pick someone who doesn’t know how to play nicely with others? Or, one who turns out to be just enh on the job? More
You’ve put so much effort into landing this interview, what’s the final touch that will help you nail an offer? In many cases, it boils down to what you don’t say,” asserts Joe Navarro (@Navarrotells), a business consultant, former FBI agent and author of “What Every BODY Is Saying.”
“Things like your handshake or how long you take to answer a question can make or break the deal,” he says. Follow these six strategies to walk away with an offer in hand.