Have you told the employer what you can do for the company rather than what the company can do for you? See this page of our Cover Letter Tutorial.
Have you requested action and told the employer you’ll call for an appointment? See this page of our Cover Letter Tutorial.
Have you used caution with “willing to learn” statements so the employer isn’t reminded of training time and expenses? See this page of our Cover Letter Tutorial.
Have you avoided pleading for favors or sounding desperate and “willing to do anything?” See this page of our Cover Letter Tutorial.
If you’re a recent grad, have you avoided over reliance on an academic frame of reference?
Quintessential Careers Press: The Quintessential Guide to Job Interview Preparation Chapter 3: What type of Interview?
Page 12 Situational interview In situational interviewing, job-seekers are asked to respond to a specific situation they may face on the job, and some aspects of it are similar to…
Page 14 of the Cover Letter Tutorial: Examples of College Experiences Making the Most of Your College Experience: Think about all of your college experience including classes and extracurricular activities….
Returning to the Job Market Stay connected with people Whether we do so on purpose — our badge of dishonor from being laid off — or whether it is unintentional,…