I'm a huge fan of the Dave Rubin Report podcast. A few weeks ago he had a guest named Jordan Peterson, whom I also have become well-familiar with over the last year. Mr. Peterson has become a lightening rod in the cultural wars happening at the
Have you ever walked out of an interview with a Recruiter and left with a really good feeling, thinking, "This could be the one?" "It sure seemed like the Recruiter liked me. I mean, she said that she was definitely interested in me and would call me
Sometimes, when we are either just starting off in our professional life or when we've been between jobs for way longer than we anticipated, we get to the point where we feel like we will take just about any job that's offered to us. We've all been
Who else has fond memories of curling up in bed at night with Mom or Dad sitting next to you with a book in their hand? Story time! What would the story be tonight? Something about a superhero saving the day? A mystery? A tragedy? A comedy? It could
I just turned 40 last week. I don't feel I'm any older, but I've noticed some white hairs creeping in here and there, my wrinkles are getting a little deeper on my face, I started making some grunts when I get up from the chair, and I started falling
If you've ever been invited to a virtual or video conference interview, you probably are not sure what to expect. Although the technology has been around for a while to conduct this style of interview, they are still pretty out of the ordinary.
In a job interview, what's one of the last things that happens? The person interviewing you asks you if you have any questions. Pretty much everyone knows this is coming, but nine out of ten people I ever interviewed over the last 15 years don't have
Over the years, as a Recruiter, I've conducted more interviews than I can count. With just a few exceptions, they all have followed the same pattern: we talk about their work history, we talk about the skills they have, and then I ask them a few