Dear Matt: I love my job and company, but don’t feel they invest in my professional development. I don’t see...
Updated: February 11, 2013, - 09:22 AM
During a recent interview, the interviewer spoke the entire time and didn’t really ask me any questions. How do I get a word in and show what I’m capable of and why I am the right fit for this job?
Updated: February 05, 2013, - 03:03 PM
Dear Matt: I’ve had some great interviews and know some companies have contacted my references. I didn’t get those jobs...
Updated: February 05, 2013, - 03:02 PM
Dear Matt: I've been to a few interviews recently in which I had to complete an assessment test. I was not prepared for this. Why do companies use assessments, what are the most popular assessments out there, and what role do these play when companies hire?
Updated: January 20, 2013, - 05:29 PM
If you believe you're too old, then you are too old. Here's some advice on finding a job.
Updated: April 03, 2012, - 10:59 AM
Dear Matt: I'm from Minnesota, but have worked in Arizona for the past decade. Now I want to move back to the Twin Cities, but I'm having a hard time getting noticed by employers. Do employers frown on hiring out of state? How can I overcome the distance barrier and get an interview?
Updated: January 30, 2012, - 11:17 AM
Dear Matt: I'm looking at a career in sales and considering a job with a company that has offered me either a straight salary with some bonus potential or straight commission with a chance for higher reward, but higher risk. How do I know if straight salary or commission is the best option for me?
Updated: January 23, 2012, - 11:32 AM
Dear Matt: I've been working at my new job for about five months but it's not a good fit and it's not going well. But I was unemployed for six months before this and I need the paycheck. The thing is, if I'm let go I may still qualify for unemployment benefits. Is it better to quit instead of being terminated? As I look for a new job, should I include this present employer on my resume?
Updated: November 07, 2011, - 11:07 AM
Dear Matt:Technology allows more and more executives to work from a remote location while still maintaining executive-level careers and fulfilling their duties. How can I prove to a potential employer that I can make an arrangement like this work? And how can I show them that I am the best talent for their team while working as a virtual executive?
Updated: October 31, 2011, - 02:05 PM