To make the cut, craft your résumé to instantly win over hiring managers. Here are some ways to do so.
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When should you start considering leaving your current job and start looking for a new job?
Winning answers to common job interview questions.
In the musical chairs of life, you will probably eventually leave your current job for a better one. When you do so, you should try to leave your job as gracefully and smoothly as possible. Some tips to help you move on without messing up.
Before your next interview, prepare answers to questions that you will probably be asked by interviewers and role-play your answers with your trusted advisors. You will thereby boost your confidence and increase the wow power of your answers.
Too many students and recent grads waste their summers flipping burgers when they could be getting paid to work career-boosting jobs. But in this tough job market, how can young people — go-getters though they may be — afford to toss away their spatulas for meaningful jobs? By landing dynamic federal summer internships.
So you landed a job interview. Congratulations! You probably beat out dozens, or hundreds, of competitors to rank among the best and the brightest. So go ahead, savor your victory, crank the sound track to Rocky, and run some victory laps around your cube. Then, start preparing for your interview. Why? Because of the paradox… Read more »
Most applicants don’t bother to write thank-you letters. Therefore, your letter will help you stand out from the thankless masses.
If you get a federal grade increase in the federal GS pay scale, your new, higher salary will be computed according to the so-called “two-step rule.” Here’s how it works.
Most feds are never informed by their bosses or HR offices about the relative advantages and limitations of their various leave options. But feds need this information to maximize their leave time and to avoid unnecessarily sacrificing leave time and other benefits due them.