Posts Tagged: seekers

9 Interviewing Mistakes Security Cleared Job Seekers Should Avoid

You’ve been called in for an interview. As you know, first impressions are critical. The people you interview with will unknowingly make judgments about you within the first 30 seconds of meeting you. Those impressions may be based on how you shake hands or how you’re dressed, among other things. Bad impressions are very difficult… Read more »

How I Got My Job: Department of Veterans Affairs

Originally posted by Erica Pierson on the Unleash the Monster blog At Unleash the Monster, we are always interested in how job seekers find employment in the federal government and how federal agencies use new ways of thinking to recruit new talent. While we anxiously wait for the Presidential mandate to reduce time-to-hire to bring… Read more »

Monster.com vs. FederalResumeTips.com

Let me start by saying that I am not posting this blog because I am against Monster.com or their federal employment section, Govcentral.monster.com. I just want to point out that Monster.com’s customers, generally speaking, are not the thousands of people seeking federal employment – and those people navigating through their postings will not find opportunities… Read more »