About to graduate from a college, university, technical or trade school? Tips keep in mind as you embark on your first professional job search.
Updated: April 18, 2011, - 11:03 AM
If you've been out of work for an extended period of time, it can be hard to not talk about how that's affecting you. Two Twin Cities career gurus talk about the best way to present yourself - and look past the layoff.
Updated: April 11, 2011, - 12:38 PM
Many experienced professionals feel their age is hurting them in their job search. Tips on how to overcome those stereotypes.
Updated: April 05, 2011, - 09:51 AM
Many companies are using phone interviews to narrow down the candidate pool and see who they want to bring in for face-to-face interviews.
Updated: March 01, 2011, - 02:22 PM
A permanent injury and gaps in employment can wreak havoc on a job search, but there is still hope - and ways to show employers you are the right person for the job.
Updated: February 14, 2011, - 03:56 PM
Can today's worker use a counteroffer to get more money and if so, how does one go about it? Will a company just tell them "see you later and good luck" if one asks for more money to counter leaving for another job? Or can one legitimately get a raise this way?
Updated: February 07, 2011, - 11:17 AM
If you are being shown around a business by an employer during an interview, it is a good sign, but it is not a sure sign you are the person they want to hire. Tips to change that.
Updated: January 31, 2011, - 02:15 PM
After years of owning my own business, I am looking at going back to work as an employee of a company. I have the skills and experience companies need, but it seems employers are using my business ownership experience against me. How can former business owners overcome stereotypes such as these?
Updated: January 24, 2011, - 10:09 AM
The panel approach involves multiple people interviewing one candidate at the same time. Why do companies conduct interviews in this manner and what do you need to do to succeed?
Updated: January 17, 2011, - 09:56 AM