- September 19, 2014 by William Frierson
If you are interviewing for a job about HTML and HTML5, the following post has interview questions and answers to help you prepare.
Whether you’ve studied HTML, HTML5, or other web development languages via college courses, online courses, boot camps, or self-study, there will come a time when you need to get a job and the gateway between you and gainful employment is the interview process. If you’ve started your own website or are a freelancer, you can count yourself among the lucky few because everyone else has to go through the dreaded interview process. While it seems daunting, you can still sail through your interview effortlessly and land that job–or at least the second interview–with some clever preparation. Continue Reading
- September 15, 2014 by William Frierson
When looking for jobs on campus, college students should take advantage of job fairs. Learn how they can prepare for them in the following post.
‘Tis the season, here comes the fall job fair. Next week I am at both Howard University and MIT with a workshop that is designed for students to ‘own’ their job fair experience. How do they prepare in order to be performing in the top 10% of all students who attend job fairs this fall
- September 11, 2014 by William Frierson
Cisco Certified Network Associate certification (CCNA) is considered to be one of the most well-regarded associate-level certification credentials in the information technology arena. Obtaining the CCNA adds to the appeal of candidates, especially for small and mid-sized companies that may be unable to meet the salary demands of candidates holding Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) accreditation. The CCNA also provides a solid foundation for the more advanced Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certificate. Continue Reading
- September 04, 2014 by William Frierson
Before getting an entry level job, it is not a bad idea to learn more about the position and company by talking with someone. If you want to getting a meeting to discuss a job opportunity, then learn some tips to help you prepare for a potential one in the following post.
Networking is the key to landing a job but people dread it even more than the idea of running a marathon. They’d rather push their bodies to the limit than put themselves in a potentially awkward situation with another human being. Surprisingly, networking and running a marathon share a common path to success – preparation. The more you prepare and train the easier it will be and the better you’ll perform. Unlike getting rock-hard abs, training for a networking coffee meeting will take you more than 5 minutes every day, but the additional 55 minutes will be well worth it.
- August 11, 2014 by William Frierson
Many at times, people get confused and worried when they receive a sudden phone interview call from a company. It is mainly because phone interviews are often conducted without any prior notification or a predetermined time. Since people can’t keep themselves mentally prepared for the interview all day long, they usually end up making terrible blunders during the 5-10mins phone call.
Phone interviews are conducted for numerous reasons. For instance, a company might conduct a phone interview when they have a huge pile of short-listed CVs and they don’t have enough room, space or time to conduct an interview in the office. It is also possible that the company may be looking for a person for the customer support or telesales job in which one must have good communication or telesales skills. Continue Reading
Interviewing for Entry Level Jobs and Want to Learn More about the Company Culture? Ask These 25 QuestionsAugust 04, 2014 by William Frierson
Candidates interviewing for entry level jobs may want to learn more about the company’s culture in order to determine if they are the right fit. The following post has 25 questions to ask to get this information.
The interview is going great; you sense an offer is coming. But something doesn’t feel right… you’re just not sure this company is the right fit for you. Of course, before you can make any decisions, you need to know what the company’s culture really is. But you feel you really can’t disclose your reservations without coming off as
- July 31, 2014 by William Frierson
Roman numeral is the number system that was used in ancient days. People used to make use of combinations of the Latin alphabet to represent values. These days, it is very beneficial to learn Roman numbers as it helps in becoming a more cultured human being. Roman numbers are being asked in a variety of competitive exams as well as interviews. Hence, it is important to know about Roman numbers. Continue Reading
Searching for Entry Level Jobs, Recent Grads? 10 Things You Might Have Done Differently While in Collegeby William Frierson
When it comes to searching for entry level jobs, recent graduates might have thought about changing some things during their college years. In the following post, learn 10 things they might have done differently.
While still in school, it can be easy to keep reality on the back-burner. Unfortunately, that often leads to a lack of preparation… and a tough job search after graduation. The reality is that college students everywhere are learning that you must be ready to compete for the job, aggressively, well before you walk across that stage, diploma in
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When interviewing for an entry level job, you don’t want to do anything that will hurt your chances of landing employment. In the following post, learn five answers to questions you need to avoid.
No one can predict exactly what a recruiter or hiring manager will ask in a job interview. However, there are many standard questions that can make or break an interview. Not because of the question itself, but because of how well you avoid giving a bad answer. A good answer: you will soar to
- July 29, 2014 by William Frierson
Negotiating is tough at the best of times, but when it’s your first job offer it’s even harder. It’s tempting not to negotiate at all, but this won’t get you anywhere! After all, it’s better to ask and get turned down than to not even try at all. One of the hardest things to conquer is the feelings of fear and anxiety you’ll inevitably face. Here are our tips on how to avoid them becoming an issue. Continue Reading