Informational interviews are a great chance to learn more about a new career path and network with professionals in your field.
Informational interviews give you a great chance to learn about new careers, specific jobs, employers or successful people in your industry. Here’s how to request an informational interview.
Perfecting your nonverbal communication is as important as knowing what to say. Here’s how to send the right message with your body language.
Whether your interview is in-person or virtual, here’s what to bring and how to prepare. Use this checklist to ensure you won’t miss anything important.
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3 different sample email messages to request an informational interview with people you know and people you don’t know.
Calling a stranger can be intimidating, but often much more effective than an email. Speaking with someone to request an appointment for an informational interview can be a great way to get started, particularly if you already know the person, even if you haven’t spoken to each other in several years. A phone call usually […]
This is a collection of sample thank you notes and emails to send immediately after your job interview.
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IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman offers excellent tips preparing for and succeeding at a telephone or Skype job interview.
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