To really take advantage of your own domain name.
A JobMob reader asks:
I have a professional question. Do you know how someone gets a domain name that is their name? As in firstname.lastname@example.org?
There are actually 2 parts to the question:
1) How do you get your own domain name?
2) How do you use that domain for a website and/or email?
I previously answered the first question in How To Get and Use Your Own Domain Name. If you missed it, you might want to go read it now (the link will open in a new window/tab).
In this article, I’ll focus on the second question. Continue reading >> How To Get and Use Your Own Domain Name, Part 2
Don’t get caught off-guard in phone interviews.
This is a guest post by Graeme Gilovitz. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
This has to sound like the stupidest idea you have ever heard.
How can you get the job if you don’t actually talk to someone?
Even in today’s technological age when you can communicate via so many mediums such as email, SMS, WhatsApp, LinkedIn, Facebook Messenger and any other applications, the only way to actually get the job is to talk to someone on the phone at some point and then meet them.
Yet… Continue reading >> Surprise! You Shouldn’t Answer the Phone When Recruiters Call
You just need to know where to look.
10 ideas to inspire you in your search. And if you’re not looking, please share this article with someone who is.
1) Latest JobMob list
Every year here on JobMob, I publish a new compilation of internships and fellowships from various companies and organizations.
The content may change but the url is always the same:
2) Career Israel’s Internship Search
Search Career Israel’s regularly-updated internship listings (will open in a new window) Continue reading >> Where To Find Israel Internships and Fellowships Online
All you need to find the best internship in Israel this year.
For the 4th year in a row, here’s the best list you can find online of current listings if you want to intern somewhere in Israel this year.
Many of the listings are aimed at students and graduates abroad, but there are many that are open to Israelis as well.
Just like in the past:
Each internship description below is more or less quoted from the source.
Except where noted, all the internships have fees of some sort, such as an application processing fee, and Masa Israel grants can make the fees easier to handle where noted.
Any fees listed are in US dollars. Continue reading >> 30+ Internships and Fellowships in Israel for 2014
Preparation is the zen of the job interview.
This is a guest post by Reese Jones. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
It’s the final judgment.
Each word you blurt out can decide the next years of your life.
This is how an important job interview usually plays out. For some, the stress alone could be their one way ticket to rejection and unemployment. For others who came prepared and confident, success in almost guaranteed.
While most job interviews can be rough, some are just plain nerve-racking.
One fine example of an interview from hell is the hiring process of McKinsey & Company. According to job database Glassdoor, the company starts off with a bang; asking the applicant a question straight out of a master’s degree thesis defense!
Below are some of the most terrifyingly difficult job interview questions and how to answer them. Continue reading >> 15 Nerve-racking Job Interview Questions and How to Answer Them
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