A HOLE IN ONE
You might think that when employers see holes in your resume it’s game over. But the right explanations and presentation can soften the blow and provide ample reasoning for your choices.
First impressions are difficult. They can be difficult during in-person meetings or presentations when you are meeting someone for the first time. … Read More »
Changing jobs is a lot more commonplace than it was in previous generations. Growing along with the rise of millennials in the workforce is the trend to change jobs every 3-4 years. Even so, deciding to leave your current role is a big decision that can impact your career development.
So how to determine when it … Read More »
1.) Definitely MS Office proficiency and strong Excel is a differentiator.
2.) If you are a power user and show examples of sophisticated multi-page spreadsheets you have created, it is a bonus.
3.) Important to have shown initiative to solve problems or create and complete any type of projects beyond the minimum required.
4.) Post secondary graduation.
5.) Good communications … Read More »
Alessia Pagliaroli, Specialized Recruiter in Sales and Marketing at Goldbeck Recruiting, meets for an interview with Matthew Wollin, a 4th year Entrepreneurship student at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Matthew currently is engaged in the first stage of the capstone project of his program which involves gathering information from business leaders and individuals within various industries. Matthew is focusing on the employment … Read More »
“In his short article, Bill Gates provides insightful career advice to graduates of 2017. His practical and meaningful words are not only helpful for new graduates but also those looking for hopeful tips as they make a career change and set out to make a difference in our modern world.
Gates mentions Steven Pinter’s book, The Better Angels of Our … Read More »