You did it: You applied for the position, went through rounds of interviews, and that all-important job offer landed in your lap. Then, for some reason, the employer changed their mind. How did this happen? What did you do to scare them away? And is there anything you can do to fix the situation?...
There’s no doubt about it: job interviews are incredibly...
New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English is fighting to keep his job when the nation votes in the general election on Saturday. He was finance minister for eight years before … Click to Continue »
Does Sean McVay have bad weather to credit for his job as head coach of the Rams? Probably not. So impressed were the Rams with McVay after their initial interview in early January that they didn’t want to lose out on him, and quickly brought him back for a second chat. But there still was […]
The news comes less than a year after the 'Access Hollywood' interview with Donald Trump that cost him his job at NBC.
Bill O’Reilly spoke with Matt Lauer of The Today Show on Tuesday for his first T.V. interview since his April firing. O’Reilly said to Lauer about his firing, “If you look at the totality, this was a hit job. A political and financial...Show More Summary
Also: KeyArena questions, Medicare For All, Nazi-punching. by Steven Hsieh Seattle's 55th mayor. Kelly O Tim Burgess Has a New Job: The Seattle city council veteran was sworn in as mayor yesterday afternoon. He will hold the job until November 28. Show More Summary
Bill O'Reilly is characterizing his firing from Fox News Channel as a "political hit job" and says the network made a business decision to get rid of him. In a contentious interview with Matt Lauer of NBC's "Today" show on Tuesday, O'Reilly said his conscience was clear about how he dealt with...
Bill O’Reilly spoke out about his firing from Fox News Channel as well as sexual harassment allegations filed against him in an interview with Matt Lauer Tuesday morning on Today. O’Reilly was on the show to plug his new book Killing...Show More Summary
Guest blogger Sarah Landrum of Punched Clocks is here to help you slay your first day at your new job. Go get ‘em! You’ve finally done it — you’ve completed the endless job applications, sat through round after round of interviews and...Show More Summary
Preparing for a job interview can be a challenge. After all, you never know exactly what to expect. To increase your chances of performing well on an interview, keep these universal do's and don'ts in mind. Do: Show Up on Time One of the biggest job interview mistakes you can make is to show up even a minute late. Show More Summary
Job interviews are one of the most challenging and nerve-wracking...
This essay is about getting work after college. In general, the theory is straightforward enough; you graduate from college, you begin applying for work, you get a call or an email from a prospective employer, you go to an interview and you get it or not. Show More Summary
No matter how well you think a job interview went, the true measure of success is a bit more complicated. You can enter a job interview with confidence, answer all the questions perfectly and come prepared with a polished resume, but the only way to truly tell whether you aced an interview is to look back at the behavior of the interviewer. Show More Summary
Just because you’re a recent college grad or a career changer doesn’t mean you can’t ask for a pay bump. If there’s one thing that’s arguably more nerve-wracking than a job interview, it’s negotiating your salary. And if you’re a recent graduate or someone who wants to change careers, the stakes can feel even higher. Show More Summary
Floss like a boss! Ever been to a job interview only to realize later that you had some rye or a spinach leaf, or something unsightly from your lunch stuck...
When asked about job search concerns most people usually rank interviewing skills high on their list of worries along with resumes and networking. Being concerned reflects sensitivity toward landing a good job and that helps keep you mindful of how important it is to prepare for questions. Any successful job candidate will tell you that
This week’s top stories may help you see America’s political divide in a fresh light, get into recruiters’ heads, and sail through your next job interview. This week we learned what recruiters are really thinking when their hands are...Show More Summary
On Jimmy Kimmel Live, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer talked about his work with the Trump administration. In this 20-minute long interview, Kimmel gets Spicer to talk about how he got the job in the first place, his thoughts on Donald Trump's tweets, how he felt about Melissa McCarthy's portrayal of him, and more.
It's not uncommon for job seekers to bomb a job interview due to nervousness or insufficient preparation. However, some reasons for bombing a job interview are simply inexcusable. If you feel bad because you messed up your last interview,...Show More Summary