Build a Better Cover Letter With These 5 Tips

Writing a cover letter isn’t anyone’s idea of a good time. But unfortunately, it’s still a necessary part of the job search process. So, here are a few tips for helping you complete this chore in a way that will …

5 Questions You Should Ask At Your Next Job Interview

This isn't your first rodeo. You've probably been to a lot of job interviews in your career — some good, some ... not so good — and you're really hoping this one sticks. You've tried some of the standard softball questions, but nothing seems to evoke a genuine response. You may even have brushed up on how to answer some of those awful curve balls interviewers are always eager to throw. Are you ready to have a real conversation with your interviewer that leaves a great impression? We may be able to help.

Become a Better Public Speaker With These 5 Tips

Fear of public speaking is one of the most common fears there is, and it's no wonder. It's natural (even biological) to feel at least a little anxious about standing in front of a group of people who all have their eyes and ears on you. Despite the tension speaking in front of peers kicks up, public speaking skills are skills worth developing. It could do wonders for your career. Let's take a look at some tips for becoming a better public speaker.

Feeling Anxious? Try These 5 Things

A lot of people struggle with anxiety. It's extremely common actually; over 40 million adults in the US, 18 and older, struggle with it. But, just because anxiety is common, that doesn't make it any easier to cope with when it's happening to you. Thankfully, there are some things you can do to manage or even reduce the strain. Consider these tips.

Tipping: A Tough Way to (Not) Make a Living

An HR manager once told me that he preferred to hire workers who had at least some food service experience on their CV. "No one knows how to work harder than a person who has worked for tips," he told me. But does that hard work translate into a decent salary? PayScale's Restaurant Report shows that the answer is often no.

9 Tips to Help You Become a Stand-Out Candidate

Job searching takes a lot out of a person. Updating your resume, searching high and low for job availabilities, anxiously wait for a call back (if you even get one, that is), then rinsing and repeating -- it's time-consuming and stressful, even if you ultimately get your desired result. The process is exhausting and completely not fun, but that doesn't mean you can't be good at it. Here's how to master your job search and build the career of your dreams.