We live in an astounding time for technology. Several innovations are perched to change the world as we know it forever, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, and of course, virtual reality and augmented reality.
A positive and optimistic attitude is very powerful and can have an amazing impact on a job search. If you are looking to advance your career, you will definitely want to consider the power of positive thinking.
It’s easy to get caught up in your daily routine, but networking can bring you outside of it and give you a larger perspective about the Industry or Companies you are interested in. Networking can help you land a job!
According to insiders who are Bay Area Managers working at various companies, you might be surprised to learn that a large portion of the healthcare and biotech jobs available are considered “non-clinical.”
If you are looking for a job or considering a career in banking, there are a few things to think about for your job search. Learn more here.
The rise of virtual interviews with COVID-19 can make your next steps feel more unfamiliar and nerve-wracking. Below are tips for improving your virtual interview skills.
You’ve got an in-person interview scheduled. Congratulations! It’s high stakes, possibly your only opportunity to get the job you’ve been seeking. But interviewing is not your strong suit.
You’ve been applying for jobs and getting interviews, but you’re not getting offers. Here are some criteria and questions to help you assess and adjust.
Interested in stress-tested best practices for optimizing your resume, LinkedIn, portfolio website, or GitHub profile? The following guidelines are your foundation to craft materials that will make your candidacy shine.
The Job Forum is virtual Every Wednesday 6-8 pm for customized job hunter advice for your individual issues.
The Job Forum offers career discussion panels and job search workshops virtually every Thursday 6-8 PM.
Most of The Job Forum events are free or offered at a low cost for job hunters.
The Job Forum events are now offered via signups on eventbrite (click here) and are virtual, interactive meetings and workshops with Q&A.