What are Your Salary Requirements?

Rose, a client whose resume I’d recently written, emailed me today to say that her first interview with her target company had gone very well, and in follow-up the interviewer asked, “what are your salary requirements?” This question makes everyone understandably nervous; if the number you give is higher than the employer has budgeted, you

Effective Ways to Follow Up After the Interview

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″] [et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] You’re feeling good The interview went very well, and you’re confident that you made a positive impression. But unless you follow up after the interview – and follow up strategically – the good impression you made will be fleeting. Most people know that it is expected for

5 Reasons Why You Blew Your Job Interview

You got called for a job interview! That, in itself, is fantastic news. Clearly, your resume articulated how your skills and background could potentially make you the best candidate for the job. You made it to the Short List. On paper, at least, you look reasonably good to the recruiter or hiring manager. Maybe you are The One