JOB INTERVIEW Questions and Answers

Hello! Welcome to a new video! It’s crazy how comfortable I feel in this chair! After the last 2 weeks of shooting one video in my kitchen, where I shared my busy person-yummy recipe with you and last week in the make up chair, both very new formats for me, this feels so… nurturing! Today’s […]

Design Your Search – Elizabeth Ortiz, ’19

I can say that a beginning of my senior year, I came into the mentality with saying that, you know what? I’m going to graduate. I’m going to be unemployed. I mean, I don’t know what I’m going to do with my life. Like, what comes after this? [music] My career educator Amanda, she’s the […]

What to Omit From Your Resume | Resume Writing

A lot is at stake when submitting your resume to an employer. Through this learning module, you will learn specific information to omit and avoid using in your resume. For a traditional, American resume, avoid including personal information, such as your marital status, age, weight, height, and if you have any children High school education […]

Michael Margolis: Why the Bio is the New Resume

Erik: Why do you believe the bio is the new resume? Michael: So, this is a topic I get really excited about and it’s this realization that when you go in for a job interview, there’s many other candidates with similar credentials. It’s not about your resume, why you ultimately get hired. It’s because of […]

LinkedIn Job Search Tools (MUST HAVE JOB SEARCH TOOLS)

Jennifer Tardy: In this video I’m going to show you three of my most favorite LinkedIn job search tools. These are tools that I always recommend everyone to use and you’re going to love them too. Don’t forget to stick around until the very end because as usual I’m going to share my Black Career […]

How To Write A Cover Letter That Recruiters Will Love

– Hey everyone! Welcome back, it’s JT from Market Daily and today I’m going to be talking about cover letters. But before I begin, I wanna welcome all new viewers and remind you to hit the subscribe button down below. We provide great content on a weekly basis about job search and career development. If […]

8 Smart Questions To Ask Hiring Managers In A Job Interview

– Hi there, it’s JT and welcome back to Work It Daily. In today’s video, I’m going to give you eight smart questions to ask hiring managers in job interviews. But before I do that, I just wanna remind you to click the link below to subscribe and hit the bell to get instant notifications […]

Advanced Resume Writing

LEANNE RALSTIN: Hi, everyone. My name’s Leanne. I’m a career adviser with the Carson College of Business here at WSU in Pullman. It’s nice to see so many people in here. Let’s get started. First of all, I’d like to know if any of you have a resume, and if you do, where do you […]

Resume Tips and Tricks

Here are some quick tips to help you get started writing your resume. First, your resume should always fit onto one page. Use half an inch to an inch margins and a professional looking font between 10 and 12 point size. Use clear, strong headings throughout and consider bold, underlining, and italics to draw attention. […]

Quick Tips to Get Your Resume on the Top of the Stack from MyComputerCareer Career Expert!

– Excited to be sitting here with Jerrett Richardson, our Director of Human Resources. One of the reasons I asked Jerrett to take a seat and talk to us today is because we have experienced an abundant amount of growth here at My Computer Career which is awesome. However, that means that Jerrett spends a […]