A Memorable Cover Letter Will Boost Your Chances

When seeking to persuade employers you’re a worthy candidate try showing a little creativity using these tips. Plus, see a sample introductory letter.

How to Answer Questions About Your Weaknesses

Job hunters can seem self-serving if they try to present their weaknesses as strengths during interviews. These seven strategies can help you to effectively answer the perennial interview question, “What are your weaknesses?”

When an Interviewer Says: ‘Tell Me About a Time When You…’

Will you be ready with a compelling anecdote when an interviewer asks you to describe problems you faced in past jobs? Use this formula for success in a behavior-based interview.

‘Tell Me About Yourself’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Tell It All’

This open-ended request allows you to showcase your abilities and personality and present evidence that you’re better than your resume says you are. Here’s how to frame an effective response.

Informational Interviews Pave the Way to Offers

It isn’t wrong to seek informational meetings when what you really want is a job. Here’s how to advance your career through such exploratory talks.