Why did you go to college in the first place? Well, to get a degree and a better job of course! If that was the case, then your college credentials as a part of your resume should not be the only way to increase your chances of getting hired or interviewed.
Interviews can turn out to be “Tragedy of Errors”, if you are not careful enough. For this interview to go right no matter what happens, make sure avoid these atrocious job interview mistakes.
There has been a drastic change in the job search techniques over the past decade. For you to succeed in this age of technology and competition, you must be aware of the ways the job hunt process has changed and approach in a completely different way.
If you think your current job is nothing but a pile of frustration that is making your life miserable, then it is high time you took some action rather than sleeping over it.
You have applied for the job and never got a call from them for the interview. You have a great resume and a cover letter but your prospective employers don’t find it good enough.