Resumes / Interviews

  • Creating Cover Letters For Law Enforcement Jobs

    Are you looking for a career in law enforcement? You may be asked to send in a cover letter with your resume. Creating a high quality cover letter will have an impact on whether or not an employer considers you for the job; here's an article...
    By Daniel Brecht May 20, 2011 

  • How to Respond to Tough Interview Questions Involving Confrontation

    What do you say when asked this tough job interview question, “How do you handle confrontations?” This is a challenging question that requires you to respond in a way that demonstrates to the interviewer that you are skilled and poised...
    By Mike Sweeney May 20, 2011 

  • Finding Paid Summer Internships in Psychology

    Paid summer internships in psychology offer unique ways to learn about your chosen field of study beyond the classroom setting. If you are a Psychology major, and you’re motivated to put yourself to work throughout the summer, rest assured that...
    By Linda Richter May 20, 2011 


  • Job Interview Thank You Letters: Examples of What Works

    When it comes to job interview thank you letters, examples for possible word usage abound. Learn what should be included in the letter and why. Stay away from trite phrases that show a lack of imagination and could actually detract from a good interview...
    By Sylvia Cochran May 20, 2011 

  • Tracking Your Job Search: Get Help with a Free Excel Template

    Job hunting can be downright frustrating, no matter what state the economy is in. Put an Excel workbook to work for you so that you can keep track of your job search efforts. This article is associated with a job applicant tracking log template that's...
    By Linda Richter May 20, 2011 

  • Common Interview Questions for Data Analyst Positions

    If you're trying to land a position as a data analyst, you may want to take some time and look over these typical interview questions. A little extra preparation never hurts.
    By Winston Smith May 20, 2011 


  • Describe The Duties of Your Job Using These Top Tips

    Crafting a resume can be tricky. While it is important to have a create a single resume that you will likely use and modify for many years, it is equally important to tailor your resume for each specific job you are interested in. Here are some tips for...
    By Michael Elkins May 19, 2011 

  • Where to Search for Anthropology Internship Programs

    Anthropology is a fascinating discipline that is the study of Man—sociocultural, biological, linguistic, and archaeological fields of research. It’s time to line up an anthropology internship program if you haven’t already done so.
    By Linda Richter May 19, 2011 

  • Funtional Resume Sample & Template

    Functional resumes are an effective method to sell your abilities and achievements to prospective employers when you don't have a strong background in one position or have a vast experience range to work with. Here, you'll find top tips and a...
    By W. A. Swan May 19, 2011 

  • Are You About to Negotiate Executive Compensation? Follow These Tips

    The increased competitive pressures and traditionally high executive compensation levels place executive compensation in the spotlight, with both companies and executives under increasing pressure to justify their compensation packages.
    By N Nayab May 19, 2011 
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