I admit I have some trouble occasionally finding articles to share. Many of the articles give poor advice or don’t provide anything but lame, general, obvious (or what should be obvious) advice that you can find anywhere and everywhere.
But I like this one. They have some unique points that many people don’t discuss and some of the ones they do are discussed in a rather different way.
I continue to say that because of poor job finding strategies, generic cover letters, really bad resumes and lack of interviewing skills, most candidates are operating at less than 70% if not even as low as 15%.
This particular article only drives home that so many things occur that the individual has no idea are improper behavior for a job interview, thus probably continue to do them, and wonder why they remain unemployed.
It’s from the Wall Street Journal: November 14