jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Answer "Where do You See Yourself In 5 Years?" in an InterviewCongratulations! You’ve landed an interview for a new job and now the hard work starts — interview preparation. While there’s no guarantee of what an interviewer may ask you, it’s good to be prepared for some of the most common interview questions including, “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?”
jobsearcher.com/blog9 Best Seasonal Jobs to Consider for Short-Term EmploymentIf you are looking to make extra income, but aren't looking for a long-term job, then seasonal jobs are an ideal solution. This article will provide information on seasonal work and how you can land a position that’s right for you.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Decline An Interview: 3 Simple StepsEnsuring that a job is a good fit for you is key when on your job search. Getting called for an interview can seem like a great step in the right direction! Interviews take a lot of time and effort to prepare for, from researching the job and company, to making sure you know your resume back to front.
jobsearcher.com/blog2 Ways to Formally Accept an OfferAccepting a job offer can be really exciting and a huge sigh of relief! You can pat yourself on the back once you’ve heard “you’re hired!”. Although formally accepting a job offer may seem like a simple task, it requires a little more thought and effort than you may have originally believed. Seeing as this process isn’t as easy as you may have hoped, this blog is going to guide you on how to accept a job offer the correct and professional way.
jobsearcher.com/blogThe Easy 2021 Guide to How to Make A ResumeWhen you apply for a job, your resume will be the first impression an employer gets of you, and we all know how important it is to make a great first impression!
jobsearcher.com/blogThe 5 Most Insightful Types of Questions to Ask InterviewersAn ideal interview is one in which there is a productive exchange between the interviewer and the candidate. Hence it is normal and expected for you to have some questions to ask interviewers. The interviewer usually opens the floor for this after they are done asking the major questions they have prepared. Many prospective candidates get so lost in selling themselves as the appropriate candidate for the job that they forget to prepare questions for the interviewer.