Interviewing stresses most people out - especially if you're new at it. Not to stress you out more, but just one statement or even word can cost you the job. Unfortuntaley when we're nervous we go into one of two modes, Paralysis or Potty Mouth. We either clam up and can't answer questions at all or we nervously ramble on and on to fill the akward silence. Either way, I've heard emerging professionals say some pretty stupid things in an interiew.
Have you ever left an interviewing feeling like you nailed it and then learned you didn’t get the job? Have you received that dreadful call from a potential employer letting you know they really liked you BUT had a more qualified candidate? If you’re like me, it’s happened more than once.
The 2000s are all about the amazing stories of young people taking risks and following their passion. Twenty-something icons like Mark Zuckerberg, David Karp, founder of Tumblr and Andrew Mason, CEO of Groupon, give us all hope of bringing good ideas to fruition and making millions in the process.
Gallup reports that only about a third of us love our job. That means that over 66% don’t! In a nutshell – if you dislike your job you’re not alone.