The following are citations from an article posted on USA Today’s “College Career Path”, you can read the full article by clicking here. 1. When You Solved a Problem: You’ve likely seen the term “problem solver” listed as a desired skill in almost every job description you’ve read. But, anybody can simply slap that key
The following discussion is included in an article published by Andrew Strieber, the Producer of CareerCast.com and JobsRated.com. You can read the full article by clicking here. It doesn’t matter if you were an accomplished public speaker in college, or even captain of the debate team. Thinking you can “wing it” in a job interview
The following discussion is from an article written by Dr. Randall S. Hansen, the founder of Quintessential Careers, one of the oldest and most comprehensive career development sites on the Web. You can read the entire article by clicking here. Maybe in a good economy you can get away with just winging it and seeing.