In an employer’s market, where employers can be very selective about who they hire, it’s quite possible you will hear “no” quite often. While it can be discouraging, please don’t take it personally. There could be many reasons for the rejection letter, call or email.
As the workforce begins the work of rebuilding, it’s important to keep in mind that we are now in an employer’s market. With an overabundance of talent, employers can be very selective about who they hire. To put your best foot forward, preparation is key.
Goodwill is available to support and assist you in reinventing yourself so you will be equipped to take on the new employment market. This comes with a bit of preparation, but we are confident that, if you follow these steps and take time to practice interview questions, you will be more successful in landing the job you are seeking versus your competitors.
Not working? You are not alone: more than 26 million Americans have applied for unemployment over the past five weeks. Don’t wait; now is the time to assess your skills and learn new ones.
Class of 2020 grads are wrapping up their studies virtually and may be getting diplomas via mail rather than crossing a stage to cheers. With a pandemic and economic crash, it is a tough time for all involved. On the bright side, you’ll have your degree, and soon it’ll be time to launch your career.
We exchange information in interviews. Just as employers ask questions to determine who they would like to hire, job seekers ask questions to understand if the job is a right fit for them.
If it has been a while (or even a couple of years) since you were in the job market, there are things you need to know. Employers’ expectations have changed.