When you get called for an interview, you might feel a mix of emotions including excitement, fear and probably everything else in between, but you should feel proud of yourself as getting in the door is an accomplishment in itself. But you also have to prepare realistically as this is where the hard work begins.
For most people, the job search process begins by going to a job board like Indeed, typing in their old job title and their city, and just applying to whatever comes up.
After a strong interview or a promising networking interaction, it’s best to send some form of follow-up as soon as possible. Not only is it polite, but it can also be a huge advantage to your job search.
The words 'recession', 'unemployment', and 'lay-off' have been driven into the minds of anyone with a television set. Unfortunately, this is because these words apply to a significant portion of the population. If you're one of those people who has recently lost a job, you may find yourself going through quite an extraordinary array of emotions.