You can’t deny it: you’re crazy about social media and you’re constantly on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. But be careful what you post if you are looking for an internship
Most interviewees don’t know what to say when asked why a company should hire them for an internship, even if there really is no right or wrong answer.
You’ve spent weeks looking for an internship where you can put everything you learned as a student into practice, but awaiting a response and the uncertainty of whether you’ll find one are making you feel anxious.
In the OIE blog you’ll find tips and tricks for creating good résumés and cover letters.
Adecco and the Adecco Foundation have published the Job Orientation Guide for University Students which outlines 10 steps that every student should follow to be successful in the labour market.
The phone rings. You answer and are told that you have been chosen as a candidate for the selection process of a vacancy in a company and that you have to participate in a group-dynamics exercise.
No one has ever said that writing a résumé is easy. While there is no such thing as the perfect résumé, you have to be mindful of some mistakes that will make recruiters drop you as a potential candidate for a job.
So, you’ve found a job offer that is perfect for you and done the interview, but in the end you’re not selected.
You have an opportunity to show your best in order to obtain the job of your dreams but did you know that the ideas you might express during an interview might be the opposite of what your body is communicating at that moment?
September is a good month to start looking for your first job because it marks the beginning of a new school year. But do you know where to start?