Writing a cover letter to catch the attention of any employer can feel like a daunting task when you first approach it. And while that is completely understandable, you… Read more
Spring is here, which means that graduation is just around the corner! But transitioning from college to career is not without its challenges. Finding employment in a slowly recovering job market is tough, and for inexperienced grads, the interview process can seem daunting.
KellyMitchell recruiters Jenny Manogue and Chelsie Sturm sit down with the CLA Career Center at the University of Minnesota to give recent graduates and internship-seeking undergrads great advice on how to ace the interview.
Our final tip for a successful interview is to do your homework. There are many good books to help you better understand the interview process and give you an… Read more
Our last bit of advice for a successful interview was to ask for the job, and now we encourage you to write a thank you note. This simple courtesy… Read more
Our last blog offered tips for responding to questions about salary, and now we’ll focus on asking for the job. The close of the interview provides a chance to… Read more
Last time we emphasized the importance of asking questions at an interview, but one thing you shouldn’t discuss is salary. If you state a salary figure that is too… Read more