I’ve never accepted a counter-offer in my ten years of working, as flattering as that is. (And, yes, I have received counter-offers.) Why? According to conventional opinion, it will cause resentment among peers and reduce your days at the job you have opted to keep. After all, how can they know you’re “really” a team […]
Learn how to ace interviews with the STAR technique. Understand the importance of the method in providing effective answers to questions.
Come on guys. I know you have heard this. If you dress professional, you act and feel professional. It’s so true!! Not only that, you leave a lasting impression on your interviewer. Not too long ago, a candidate arrived for an interview in jeans, a wrinkled dress shirt that had a stain. Yikes! Immediately, the […]
Hat tip to Pinny Cohen who wrote a very intriguing post awhile back explaining to jobseekers how to keyword optimize their resumes. As this would make my job as a Searchologist so much easier, I feel compelled to share Pinny’s most excellent work with the hope that it sparks a trend among those open to […]
Hey guys! I found this really great resource online and wanted to share it with you. Below is a subset of data compiled by The Times Higher Education Supplement. They have a lot of goodness over there when it comes to stats around education and such, so be sure to check them out. Top 200 […]
For a second consecutive year, Dogpile ranks highest among search engines in satisfying residential Internet service subscribers with primary search, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2007 Residential Online Service Customer Satisfaction StudySM released today. The number one search engine is not Google The study, now in its fourth year, examines consumer behavior, experiences […]