Preparing for your first career job search? Here's how to adapt for a recruiting year like none before.
Video conference gone wrong? Zoom meeting fails? You're not alone. Not in the least!
Even for healthy job seekers, the coronavirus pandemic has changed job search around the world in only a short time.
Hopefully you'll never need to job search in danger (unless that's part of the job) but these lessons will help you in any job search situation.
What you need for best results when doing a video interview on the go. This is a guest post by Josh Tolan. If you’d also lie to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Don’t run out and buy that new pair of dress shoes just yet -- your next job interview might require a webcam or mobile device instead. A new OfficeTeam survey revealed that 63 percent of HR managers said their company often conducts job interviews via video. Additionally, 13 percent think their company will use video more frequently in the next three years. Although most of these video interviews utilize webcam and video conferencing technology, mobile devices are also an option for recorded video interviews. So how can you ensure you appear polished and professional if your next job application requires answering interview questions from your cell phone camera? Here are some tips for overcoming video interview challenges on a mobile device.