Brian Young In my lifetime of interviewing candidates, there have been only a few who were truly memorable. Some of them were memorable for all the wrong reasons (hurled f-bombs, crying, inappropriate jokes, and I even had one take a call during my
This time of year can be beautiful. Crisp air. Leaves changing color. Family get-togethers. Christmas music piping through store speakers. It puts you in a good mood. The down side to this time of year for the person looking for work, is that this
A common dilemma for both the college graduate and the person looking to change careers is that they don’t have the required experience asked for in a job description. How, they ask, do I get experience if no one will hire me? I won’t lie to you.
Brian Young I can’t say as I’m a big follower of professional football, but one of the news items that I heard about close to a month ago was the resignation of Andrew Luck, the quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts. In his seven seasons, he’d had
If there is one thing in your career that you must understand and apply, it is the fact that you are a physical representation of the company. You are part of its brand. What you do and say, as well as how you act, both inside and outside the doors
Brian YoungRockIt Career Consultation Services Many of us really dislike the idea of networking. I hear all the time, “It’s a waste of time” or “I never get anything out of networking” or “I’m no good at networking.” I’ll let you in on a little