Interviewing

When you’re trying to leave your current job for bigger and better opportunities, you have to walk a fine line. Unless you have a hugely open relationship with your boss, you’ll need to keep your search under wraps. Until you’re ready to alert your current boss on your...

Meredith Lavine, Artfulresumes.com: For starters, never say that you don't have a weakness or that you can't think of one. This is received poorly by interviewers. Everyone has weaknesses. Saying that you are a hard worker or a perfectionist are also trite. The other suggestion is...

Meredith Lavine, Artfulresumes.com: An informational interview is an information gathering meeting to make a new contact and gain valuable information about an organization and their operations. Conducting an informational interview solidifies that industry contact and builds a rapport. There is no job opening, so the pressure is...