Archive for January 2014
Choose the Right Words for Your Resume and Interview
Sometimes choosing the correct words in your resume and during an interview can make all the difference. The words you use to express yourself say more about you than you think. In fact, your vocabulary and the use of appropriate words say more about you than the message you are trying communicate. You are judged…Read More
Insurance Sector Rounds Out 2013 With Significant Job Growth
InsuranceJobs.com feels that the insurance industry got off to a rocky start in the beginning of 2013 but by the end of the year the industry saw considerable in insurance job growth. InsuranceJobs.com, the leading insurance employment website for insurance professionals, offers our opinion and overview of key employment trends in the insurance industry for December 2013 based…Read More
Interview Question – How Much Do You Want to Make?
What number should I tell the interviewer?? When companies ask you about your last salary they are trying to screen you out. This is a high risk moment and hence you want to delay the salary discussion for later in the hiring process. The representative from the company is trying to make sure there is…Read More
Interview Question – What Are Your Weaknesses?
How should you answer the age old questions…What are your weaknesses? Michael Neece puts things in perspective. What Are Your Weaknesses? By: Michael R. Neece, CEO Interview Mastery Conventional advice recommends you respond to this question by stating a weakness that is really a positive or translating a weakness into a positive like “I’m a…Read More
Job Interviewing Question: Why Do You Want To Work For This Company?
You better have a good answer in mind. This question almost always comes up in one form or another. The first answer that comes to mind is, “Because you have an opening, and I need a job.” While this may be the truth, it is not an answer that will get you points in a…Read More