Rachel Pelta is a writer for FlexJobs.com, the #1 site for remote and flexible schedule jobs.
Situational interview questions give you a chance to highlight your soft skills. Here’s how to handle common situational questions, plus example answers.
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Interviewers ask this question to figure out how well you handle difficult situations. Use these tips and example answers to craft your own answer.
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Using phrases like “My research shows…” can help you stay confident when negotiating your salary. Here’s what to say to gain the salary you deserve.
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Something came up at the time of your job interview? Here are valid reasons to reschedule a job interview, and what to say in a phone message or email.
A job offer outlines the job description, start date, salary, benefits, and more. Here’s what to look for in a job offer, so you can be sure the job details match what you expect.
We surveyed over 2,200 job seekers to find out their biggest job search frustrations and how recruiters can help. Here’s what the data says.
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Whether you’re an active job seeker, currently employed, or simply out of the office, here’s what to say in a professional voicemail greeting.
SMART is an acronym that can help you set and achieve your goals. Here’s how to make your goals specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound.
A career aptitude test or quiz can help you figure out the best career for you. Here’s how career tests work, types of career tests, and how they can help.
Here’s how to use popular job boards and niche job websites for a faster job search. Navigate online job listings quickly to find the best job opportunities for you.
Using action verbs to describe your work experience can help your resume stand out. Here’s how to use action words in your resume and over 140 examples.
At-will employment means that you can quit your job, or your employer can terminate you, without a reason. There are exceptions, so it’s important to know your rights.
Perfecting your nonverbal communication is as important as knowing what to say. Here’s how to send the right message with your body language.